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WCCO 1-On-1 With New Mpls. Fire Dept. Chief Bryan Tyner, Talks Plans Surrounding Chauvin Trial

1 month ago   |   By CBS

MINNEAPOLIS - The trial of the former police officer accused of murdering George Floyd starts in two weeks.
Derek Chauvin's arrest came during days of unrest and cries for justice expressed in protests, riots and more than 130 fires in Minneapolis alone. Since then, the city has hired a new leader for its fire department.
In Bryan Tyner's first sit-down interview as chief, he opened up to WCCO's Christiane Cordero about what happened last summer, and how it's a lesson going into the trials.
Tyner was one of the millions of people who watched Minneapolis burn last summer. He started the top...
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