Jacob Blake poses with his sons, according to his attorney

Buildings and cars in Kenosha, Wisconsin, were set ablaze Monday night amid protests reignited by the police shooting of 29-year-old Jacob Blake.

Blake, a Black man, was shot multiple times in the back Sunday evening as he tried to enter an SUV through the driver’s side door.

In the vehicle were his 3-, 5- and 8-year-old children. Following the shooting, police said officers rendered aid before the injured man was flown to a hospital in Milwaukee.

He remained in intensive care late Monday, his attorney said. Enraged demonstrators poured onto the streets after video of the shooting began circulating on social media, showing an officer grabbing on to the man’s tank top.

Seven shots are heard, followed by the sustained sound of a car horn.

Two Wisconsin police officers have since been placed on administrative leave, and the police union has urged the public to withhold judgment until “all the facts are known.”

The shooting comes after several months of nationwide protests demanding an end to police brutality and calling for justice in the killings of other Black Americans at the hands of police, including Breonna Taylor and George Floyd, whose death was also captured on camera and sparked hundreds of protests from coast to coast.

“If we don’t have the systematic reform that this moment in America is crying out for, then we are going to continue to see hashtag after hashtag, protest after protest, and cities burning all across America,” Blake’s attorney, Ben Crump, said Monday.