At least 300 arrested during massive Occupy Wall Street march

Occupy Wall Street protesters participated in a day of action yesterday and hundreds were arrested during the march in New York City. A violent clash

MANHATTAN - Occupy Wall Street protesters participated in a day of action yesterday and hundreds were arrested during the march in New York City. A violent clash took place between police and demonstrators. Throughout the day some protested peacefully, others did not. NYPD officials say at least 300 people were arrested around the city.

The protesters clogged city streets but they did not shut down the stock exchange or the subways. However, hundreds of protesters did march over the Brooklyn Bridge. No major marches are planned for today.There are extra police patrols to make sure people can get to work on Wall Street this morning.

For Chopper 12 footage from Occupy Wall Street rallies in Lower Manhattan, go to your digital cable box and select iO Extra on Ch. 612.

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