Protesters gather in San Francisco, Oakland after deadly crash at Charlottesville rally

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U.S. hospital officials in Charlottesville, Virginia, say one person was killed and 19 were injured on August 12 by a car that plowed through a crowd protesting against a rally of white supremacists and far-right activists. A 32-year-old woman, who has not been identified, was killed and more than dozens were injured.

"We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides, on many sides", Trump said in a statement from Bedminster, New Jersey, where he is spending his summer vacation. "I saw at least two or three people fly over the hood of his car", one witness said, "and then, he hit another car that was parked in front of him".

President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have called for peace.

Dunigan has also been arrested in Hamilton County three times in the last three years for violation of probation, theft and for previous charges. "Trump's not a white supremacist", said Bloom, who became visibly upset as she learned of the injuries and deaths at the rally.

The 'Unite the Right' rally was declared an unlawful assembly by Virginian authorities.

In Oakland, California, a flier for the solidarity event circulated on social media reads, "Charlottesville, We Got Your Back" and "Bay Area United Against White Supremacy".

Twitterati began sharing photos of the white nationalists who were waving confederate flags, chanting Nazi-era slogans, wearing helmets and carrying shields near the campus of the University of Virginia campus, around the Robert E Lee statue, on Friday night. Two people on board - pilot Lt. H. Jay Cullen and trooper-pilot Berke M.M. Bates - died at the scene.

Trump's condemnation comes one day after her father refused to shame the hate groups - opting to put the blame "on many sides".