NYPD Chief of Department injured during protest on Brooklyn Bridge

NYPD Chief of Department injured during protest on Brooklyn
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The city’s top uniformed cop was injured when he was attacked by a group of people who were at a George Floyd protest on the Brooklyn Bridge Wednesday morning, police said.

Chief of Department Terence Monahan received “non-life threatening injuries” during the scuffle and was taken to an area hospital for treatment, an NYPD spokesman said.

A police source said Monahan’s hand was injured and required stitches after protesters attacked NYPD officers with a chain during the morning rally. At least two other officers were also injured.

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At least 10 protesters were arrested during the bridge march, another police source said.

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The cop has expressed his outrage at cops getting hurt during the protests.

Monahan was captured in an iconic video taking a knee and hugging protesters in Washington Square Park on June 1. Monahan, who’s from the Bronx, has been with the department for 38 years.

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