By CBS3 Staff

WILMINGTON, Del. (CBS) — Protesters filled the streets and roads in Wilmington, Delaware. A large group of people blocked both sides of I-95 for a period of time on Saturday.

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I-95 has since reopened in both directions.

Police were seen speaking to the demonstrators who shutdown I-95.

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This rally, which started at Rodney Square, was organized by Food Not Bombs Wilmington and the city’s Black Lives Matter movement.

Organizers are calling it the “I Can’t Breathe” rally.

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The protest comes after George Floyd died while police arrested him in Minneapolis earlier this week.