NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) -- Wisconsin's governor called in the National Guard after violent protests erupted following the police shooting of a Black man on Sunday night.
Officers fired at least seven shots, striking Jacob Blake in the back.
Video shows officers grab Blake's shirt as he walks to the drivers side of an SUV, where his children were reportedly sitting inside. Before the footage starts an eyewitness is heard saying an officer had Blake in a headlock.
"Punching him in his ribs and he kind of maneuvered out the way and the female officer Tased him," the eyewitness said.
Kenosha officers were responding to a domestic disturbance call. It's unclear whether police thought Blake had a weapon.
For the second night in a row Monday there was an 8 p.m. curfew, following protests that turned to vandalism. City vehicles there were set on fire and, at times, officers in riot gear clashed with civilians.
Blake, 29, was in serious condition on Monday in a Milwaukee hospital. Two of the officers involved in the shooting were placed on administrative leave.
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In Manhattan on Monday night, a protest was held in response to the shooting. Demonstrators gathered in Times Square and several hundred marched from Times Square to Washington Square Park, CBS2's Ali Bauman reported.
Protesters said they want the officers involved in the shooting of Blake to be fired and arrested. They said they are tired of having to protest, but feel it is their duty because lives are on the line.
"I am beyond angry," protester Phoenix Robles said. "But we will continue showing up until they're tired of killing us."
Almost three months to the day of the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, New Yorkers once again walked through Midtown.
"I fear for myself. I fear for my other Black brothers and sisters," protester Kimberley Bernard said.
The demonstration was peaceful but firmly passionate.
"It's exhausting, but as long as I can breath I'm gonna continue fighting," Bernard said.
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