Refugees Flee Police in Tense March Through Hungary

ABC News' Alex Marquardt follows hundreds of people who defied police orders to return to a refugee camp.
1:23 | 09/09/15

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And Greg. I live. Funny. I mean. No no no no I don't want to do it could go down no authority. Don't let. Admit I'm doing every I don't know. The police are trying to stop them to take him to attempt to get them to register for they have now broken group. It doesn't look like the police are trying to stop them anymore. Where you're trying to go now we went head to bed but I think the but the best. It looks like as the police are up there I don't have. To keep trying to walk and and walk the net and that meant to them now now. He didn't tell me some time to come to come no. We're UN account before known I don't know I the state and that god I want to persuade to Sweden. But it is refugees had just crossed the border into hungry they're trying to evade the police we've seen police helicopters in the sky and right now they're trying to get to a train station. It is still about six miles down the road.

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