Portland bus to help shield against hypothermia at subfreezing Standing Rock (photos)


An old school bus that Portland volunteers converted into a mobile medical bunk house to shelter activists protesting the controversial Dakota Access oil pipeline is inching its way to the Standing Rock Sioux Indian Reservation in North Dakota.

On Sunday, bus project leaders and climate activists Mike Horner and Harlan Shober arrived in Bozeman, Montana, and were greeted by about 300 people at a rally.

Later that day, in subfreezing temperatures 600 miles away in North Dakota, police shot a water cannon, rubber bullets and tear gas at pipeline protesters, according to the Associated Press.



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