A student at the University of California, San Diego, is suing her school for failing to stop her from protesting President Donald Trump’s election. The university’s actions caused her to be hit by a car on a busy interstate, she alleges.
What’s going on?
Mariana Flores, a UCSD sophomore, was participating in a campus-wide Trump protest on election night 2016 when she was hit by a car on Interstate Highway 5 in San Diego.
The collision shattered her pelvis, fractured her leg and caused many other severe injuries, according to The Guardian, UCSD’s school newspaper.
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