san diego - The University of California was charged with a student from San Diego because there was no one who stopped her when she was demonstrating on a highway against President Donald Trump. She was hit by a car there.
Maria Ana Carrola Flores was one of the students who was shouting anti-Trump slogans outside the campus one day after the November election. At one point the 'Library Walk' became a bigger event and the group decided to walk up the California I-5 highway to stop traffic as a protest. This reports The College Fix.
She was also one of the students who kept her arms crossed. A car tried to avoid the blockade, but that went wrong. The driver hit her, breaking her leg and pelvis.