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Columbus statue vandalized in San Francisco

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 15 October 2019
Several statues of Christopher Columbus, including one in San Francisco, were vandalized with red paint. The US holiday named for the explorer was celebrated on Monday. (Oct. 14)
 
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News video: Columbus Statue By Coit Tower Defaced During Italian Heritage Parade

Columbus Statue By Coit Tower Defaced During Italian Heritage Parade 02:07

Workers spent much of Sunday power washing red paint off of the Christopher Columbus statue on Telegraph Hill after it was vandalized. The defacing happened the same day as the Italian Heritage Parade in San Francisco.Joe Vazquez reports. (10-13-2019)

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