(CNN)Protests erupted for a second night in Charlotte, North Carolina, after a police officer shot and killed Keith Lamont Scott, a father of seven, on Tuesday.
- One person was in critical condition after being shot Wednesday night by a civilian during the unrest, the city tweeted.
- At least five police officers suffered injuries not considered life-threatening during Wednesday night's protests, police said.
- Nine other people were injured; 44 were arrested Wednesday night into Thursday morning, police said.
- North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency, and said he would deploy the state National Guard and Highway Patrol to Charlotte.