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Three Dead, Dozens Injured in White Nationalist Rally in Virginia, Suspect Accused of Driving Car Into Pedestrians in Custody

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News video: Three Dead, Dozens Injured in White Nationalist Rally in Virginia, Suspect Accused of Driving Car Into Pedestrians in CustodyThree people died Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia, where a rally of white nationalist groups clashed with counter protesters. Authorities say a car plowed into a group of people and fights broke out among the groups, the 20-year-old suspect identified as James Alex Fields Jr. is in custody. Also, two people in a Virginia State Police helicopter crash have died.

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