YPSILANTI, Mich. (WWJ) – A woman was briefly detained, but no one was injured, during a scuffle between pro and anti-Trump demonstrators near Detroit.

With hundreds on site Wednesday as President Donald Trump spoke to autoworkers inside a hanger at the American Center for Mobility, tensions heated up between opposing groups standing in the cold outside.

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WWJ’s Sandra McNeill reports members of a Washtenaw County SWAT team physically intervened after a University of Michigan student pulled a flag off of a float belonging to a Trump supporter.

“And the police immediately jumped on me and were ready to detain me,” the culprit, Lena Amick, explained at the scene.

She admitted she was in the wrong.

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“It was impulsive and in frustration at feeling not heard in this country,” she added. “And then the police came and said ‘Do you want to go to jail?’ and I said, ‘No’ …or I don’t remember what I said. And then when I asked, ‘Am I being arrested?’ he asked, ‘Do you want to be arrested?'”

In the end, no one was taken into custody.

The protesters dispersed shortly after the President’s speech concluded, just before 3 p.m.

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