Overnight Fury in Ferguson, Mo.

Protesters hit the streets following the grand jury's decision.
1:09 | 11/26/14

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It was a relatively calm night in Ferguson after Monday night's looting and protesting. The National Guard were on the street. And Alex Perez is on the ground in Ferguson. Good morning. Reporter: Good morning, robin. Take a look at this, I'm seeing right here. There are scenes of damage like this across Ferguson. An entire row of cars burned her. Overnight, 2200 national guardsmen patrolled the streets of Ferguson. What a stark difference from Monday night. The protests were still happening outside the police station. But they were smaller crowds and less violent. About 45 people were arrested. Now across the country from coast to coast there were protests in solidarity with the brown family. In Minneapolis one woman was treated for minor injuries after a car plowed into a group of protesters there. Now back here in Ferguson, Missouri, governor jay Nixon says the National Guard will stay in place as long as necessary.

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