Hundreds march in National Shutdown Day rally

Hundreds of people took part in a massive march Tuesday to rally against police brutality for National Shutdown Day.

The march started in Union Square and continued to the Brooklyn Bridge.

The march started in Union Square and continued to the Brooklyn Bridge. (4/14/15)

BROOKLYN - Hundreds of people took part in a massive march Tuesday to rally against police brutality for National Shutdown Day.

The march started in Union Square and continued to the Brooklyn Bridge. The rally comes in the wake of the Eric Garner, Akai Gurley and Michael Brown cases.

News 12 is told that some cars were parked on the bridge, blocking it and creating traffic problems in the area.

Police say that they have made some arrests.

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