State Troopers in Charlottesville for 2nd anniversary of deadly crash

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Today marks two years since a white supremacist rally turned deadly in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Police are expected to remain on alert as a precaution.

Numerous Virginia State Troopers have arrived in Charlottesville to assist local law enforcement in handling the second anniversary of the tragic event.

Back in 2017, a woman was killed when an avowed neo-Nazi rammed his car into demonstrators who were protesting the radical, right-wing rally.

The driver ultimately pleaded guilty and is now serving a life sentence.

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