On Monday, Charlottesville, Va., was rocked by a deadly car and motorcycle attack that killed one person and injured 19 others.
The deadly car attack, which occurred on August 11, left three people dead and 17 others injured, including one Virginia State Police trooper who was seriously injured.
The attack is considered an act of terrorism by the U.S. and the U .
A video emerged of a white nationalist demonstrator standing next to the body of an injured Virginia State Trooper, as the man shouts “Heil Trump” before he and the other white nationalist rallygoers attack him.
The video has been widely shared on social media and prompted calls for President Donald Trump to condemn the attack.
In a statement on Tuesday, Charlottesville Police Chief Michael Meehan said that the police officer had “suffered an injury in the attack,” which is why the officer is now undergoing treatment at a local hospital.
Meehans statement said the officer was wearing a helmet and body armor, which is required by federal law.
“In addition to his injuries, the officer sustained some cuts and abrasions from the attack and was transported to a local trauma center,” the statement said.
The man who killed the trooper and others in the car attack is named as Robert L. Dylann, a 66-year-old white supremacist who is suspected of shooting the state trooper in the chest during a car chase that began at the end of August.
He is also suspected of attacking a female passenger in a vehicle that was stopped in front of the officer’s home on August 15.
Dylon was released on bond on Tuesday and is expected to make his first court appearance on August 23.
He was previously charged with assault with a deadly weapon and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.
On August 18, a white supremacist, James Alex Fields Jr., rammed his car into a group of counterprotesters, killing Heather Heyer and injuring 19 others, including a 17-year old girl.
On Monday night, a group known as the “Unite the Right” rally was planned for the Charlottesville, Charlottesville Metropolitan Police Department announced.
It is unclear whether the planned event would actually happen.
According to the Associated Press, the event was originally planned for Aug. 11, but was postponed because of the Charlottesville attack.
The group that organized the rally, “Unicorn Riot,” said the event would be postponed because the city was “totally overwhelmed.”
“It was an unprovoked attack on innocent civilians, and it should not have happened,” Unicorn Riot organizer Joey Gibson said on Monday.
“We will not be intimidated, we will not stand down, we do not have to wait for the FBI to do their job.”