One anti-Trump protester may be starting to regret her life choices.
After hearing Tuesday’s election results, several students at the University of California, San Diego decided to voice their opinions.
Roughly a thousand students swarmed the campus while chanting anti-Trump slurs, according to CW6.
Students could be heard shouting “Not my president” and “F**k Donald Trump.”
One student protester told ABC10:
“It kind of sucks that we, like, have this president now and I don’t know, I think we’re kind of upset about how the election turned out.”
Another student told the station:
“That was a huge number of people that were unhappy with Donald Trump being elected president.”
After marching around the campus, around 300 students decided to walk directly onto Interstate 5.
What happened next came as a surprise to onlookers…
California Highway Patrol were alerted that one of the student protesters had been hit by a passing car near the highway’s onramp around 1:30 a.m., according to CW6.
The student was knocked unconscious and broke her leg.
She was taken to Scripps Memorial Hospital LaJolla, where her parents were notified.
No violence was reported and no arrests were made as a result of the protests, according to ABC10.
The incident seemed to have little impact on students, as many continued to hold small protests throughout the week.
There were also many UCSDstudents who decided not to show up for classes as a form of protest in the days following Trump’s election, reports UCSD Guardian.