Charlotte, North Carolina (CNN)Violent protests raged in Charlotte for the second night over the police shooting of an African-American man, prompting the North Carolina governor to declare a state of emergency.
One person was left on life support after getting shot Wednesday night during the unrest, the city tweeted. Earlier, the city had said the person had died.
At least four officers suffered injuries that were not life-threatening during the protests Wednesday, according to police.
Gov. Pat McCrory said he would deploy the state National Guard and highway patrol to Charlotte.
“We cannot tolerate violence. We cannot tolerate the destruction of property and will not tolerate the attacks against our police officers that is occurring right now,” he told CNN on Wednesday night.
Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts told CNN she would consider options including a curfew if the protests continue.