Nashville’s City Hall set ablaze amid George Floyd protest

Officers in Nashville, Tennessee, have dispersed crowds in downtown with tear gas after the building that houses the Metro Courthouse and City Hall was set on fire.

Witnesses reported seeing the first floor of the historic building filled with flames around 8:15 p.m. CST, according to The Tennessean.

Metro Nashville Police Department released several statements on its Twitter page in regards to the fire at the historic building, which has been a staple in Nashville’s downtown since the mid 1930s.


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