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About 40 protestors blocked access to the Dominion Resources' headquarters on Tredegar Street this morning.
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Richmond police block off Tredegar Street while dealing with protesters.
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About 40 protestors blocked the entrance to Dominion Resources this morning.
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Protestors were particularly vocal about Dominion's proposed pipeline through Nelson County.
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The protest included colorful character such as Uncle Sam on stilts.
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Police repeatedly warned protestors to leave the roadway.
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Police issued a final warning and the moved in to remove the protestors.
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A handful of protestors remained in the street.
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A protestors in removed from the street.
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A protestor clutching the American Flag is about to be removed from the street.
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Police escort a protestor away while one remains.
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Another protestor is escorted away by Richmond Police.
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Protestors Phil Cunningham and Whitney Whiting suspended themselves over the Tredegar Street from the Belle Isle pedestrian bridge.
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Protestors wait to see the outcome of those suspended from the bridge.
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About 40 protestors blocked the entrance to Dominion Resources this morning.

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