BALTIMORE - The National Guard has fanned out across Baltimore, blocking streets as firefighters work to extinguish smoldering fires from overnight unrest.
However, with the new day came a large group of volunteers across the city to help with the clean up.
You've no doubt seen plenty of pictures of the rioting, even a viral video of a mother slapping her son who joined the chaos, but you may not have seen the peaceful movement after sunrise.
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