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-- -- -- seem to start right around midnight after a group of protesters a split off and broke into a foreclosed building near City Hall smashing windows and setting bonfires along the way in an effort as they put it to re claim the building for the people.
About when people in -- right -- police in riot gear rather moved in in the mostly peaceful day of action turned into one night of anarchy.
Protesters threw Molotov cocktails and bricks at the cops.
They responded with tear gas and nonlethal bullets making dozens of arrests many protesters who were hoping that this -- general.
Strike would bring attention to go fight for political and economic justice are very angry this morning saying he's an artist who broke windows since breaking in at several businesses have given -- Occupying movement a black eye and cause more suffering for a number of small business owners who say that they -- part of this 99%.
I'm -- early damage estimates are in the hundreds of thousands of dollars -- back to you what about the Port of Oakland.
Well it's still closed this morning after protesters managed to bring operations to a standstill there at the nation's fifth busiest port.
That was primary goal of yesterday's occupied movement with this daylong general strike.
Thousands of protesters blocked streets right around the port for up to six hours.
Making it impossible for workers to leave.
Or -- I get to their jobs now during the march a couple of protesters were hit by a car.
That happened when an angry mob surrounded a Mercedes-Benz and started banging on the hood the driver then hit the gas injuring a man and a woman.
We're told they are expected to be okay.
And in the meantime Martha port officials say they hope to resume operations there later today but they want to make absolutely sure that those workers.
Can get to their jobs safely.
That situation thank you so much Claudia -- reporting from San Franciscan.
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