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“There’s been a real mass of tear gas as well as [firing of] rubber bullets into the crowd,” Fox News correspondent Steve Harrigan said, reporting live from the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, as demonstrators and anti-police protesters clashed with law enforcement.

Harrigan, who has reported in the midst of numerous dangerous situations, including in Ferguson, Mo. as well as the Middle East, said he hadn’t seen a situation as hostile as this in a long time.

“This is a lot more out of control than Ferguson,” Harrigan said.

“I’m seeing scenes here that—the last time I’ve seen them were in the West Bank: the back and forth between Israelis and Palestinians.”

“This is a pitch battle between protesters and police that has gone back and forth for a long time,” he said.

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