CHICAGO (CBS) — There was another protest Sunday afternoon over the recent fatal shooting of a man by Chicago Police on the city’s Far South Side.

Several hundred people gathered and chanted the name of 25-year-old Joshua Beal, who was shot to death by police near 111th and Troy streets on Nov. 5th, after failing to drop a gun when confronted by a police sergeant after a road rage incident turned into a fight.

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Beal and others had just left a funeral in several cars and were driving to their next destination when the incident occurred.

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There were also some counter protesters on Sunday supporting police who chanted “Blue Lives Matter.”

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The circumstances of the shooting are still being investigated.