Pictured: Left – The SUV believed to have been used; Right – People rushing to aid victims
The Daily Mail:
- Video shows the moment dozens of people were rammed into by a red Ford SUV in Wisconsin town
- Incident comes just two days after Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of murder in case that captivated nation S
- Several died, at least 28 were reportedly injured after red SUV sped through and plowed into holiday parade
- 11 adults and 12 children were rushed to six different hospitals in the area
- Witnesses reported several young children laying on the ground after the SUV plowed through the parade
- Police said reports the driver also fired gunshots were false
- Cops tried to shoot driver during rampage
- NOTE THIS VIDEO IS BEING CENSORED ALL OVER THE INTERNET!
- TWITTER FORCED ANDY NGO TO TAKE HIS DOWN.
- YOUTUBE HAS EXPUNGED ALL COPIES.
- THIS DAILY MAIL VERSION STOPS BEFORE THE CAR HITS ANYONE.
THE ORIGINAL SHOWED THE CAR MOWING PEOPLE DOWN – FROM A GREAT DISTANCE, IT WAS NOT GORY OR DISRESPECTFUL, THE INDIVIDUALS WERE NOT IDENTIFIABLE. BUT IT TOLD THE TRUTH. NOW IT’S GONE.
A car traveling at high speed plowed into a holiday parade in suburban Milwaukee, Wisconsin, killing several people and leaving at least 27 others injured, including 12 children.
Terrifying video posted to social media shows a speeding red SUV collide with a group of people marching in the middle of the street during the annual Christmas parade in Waukesha, some 20 miles west of downtown Milwaukee.
A person of interest is now in custody, according to police. Despite earlier reports of gunshots, police said they do not believe the driver was armed.
Chris Germain, co-owner of the Aspire Dance Center studio, had about 70 girls in the parade ranging from as young as two being pulled in wagons to age 18.
Germain, whose own three-year-old daughter was in the parade, said he was driving at the head of their entry when he saw a maroon SUV that ‘just blazed right past us.’
A police officer came by on foot chasing after, he said. Germain said he jumped out of his own SUV and gathered the girls who were with him.
‘There were small children laying all over the road, there were police officers and EMTs doing CPR on multiple members of the parade,’ he said.
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee released a statement confirming that parishioners, including children, were among those injured.
The children attend Waukesha Catholic School. The archdiocese said that one of its priests was also among the injured.
‘Our prayers are with the people who have been injured and killed during the tragic incident in Waukesha,’ Sandra Peterson, communication director for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, said in a statement.
‘Among the injured are one of our Catholic priests, as well as multiple parishioners and Waukesha Catholic school children.