The family of Breonna Taylor is leading a march through downtown Louisville, part of another demonstration this week after the decision in the shooting investigation.The march started just before 6 p.m. Friday after the crowds stepped off from Jefferson Square Park, where daily protests have originated.Here’s a look at Friday’s protest from the LMPD’s live feed:Here’s a look at updates Friday evening:7:05 p.m. – Police are blocking protesters from entering E. Main Street as the tensions start to flare. Officers have started using flashbangs to disperse the crowd.6:20 p.m. – Demonstrators were met with a heavy police presence as they much up W. Main Street.6 p.m. – Taylor family leads protest5:30 p.m. – Group has quick prayer before march begins.

The family of Breonna Taylor is leading a march through downtown Louisville, part of another demonstration this week after the decision in the shooting investigation.

The march started just before 6 p.m. Friday after the crowds stepped off from Jefferson Square Park, where daily protests have originated.

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Here’s a look at Friday’s protest from the LMPD’s live feed:

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Here’s a look at updates Friday evening:

7:05 p.m. – Police are blocking protesters from entering E. Main Street as the tensions start to flare. Officers have started using flashbangs to disperse the crowd.

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6:20 p.m. – Demonstrators were met with a heavy police presence as they much up W. Main Street.

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6 p.m. – Taylor family leads protest

5:30 p.m. – Group has quick prayer before march begins.

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