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Waukesha: Pickup Truck Runs Over People During Wisconsin Christmas Parade - Minute by Minute

2021-11-22T06:34:07.801Z

There are "some deaths" after a pickup truck struck people during a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, on Sunday night.



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At least 5 dead in parade tragedy, Waukesha city government confirms

By Andy Rose

At least five people were killed and 40 injured after a vehicle advanced against a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, on Sunday, according to the city government.

"At this time, we can confirm that 5 people have died and more than 40 are injured," the government posted on its social media sites Sunday night.

"However, these figures may change as we collect additional information," he added.

A large section of Main Street, the city's main avenue, remains closed while the investigation continues.

At this time, we can confirm that 5 people are deceased and over 40 are injured.

However, these numbers may change as we collect additional information.

Many people have self-transported to area hospitals.

The Police Department has the person of interest in custody.

- cityofwaukesha (@CityofWaukesha) November 22, 2021

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Driver hit multiple people in Waukesha

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A police officer cordoned off the crime scene on November 21, 2021, in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

A van reportedly ran into pedestrians in a parade.

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A red van drives fast along the parade route.

At this time, authorities have yet to comment on whether this red vehicle is responsible.

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Street debris at the crime scene on November 21, 2021 in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

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Police and emergency personnel work the parade scene in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

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Items left on the street that is now a crime scene.

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Police and emergency personnel work on the investigation on November 21, 2021 in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

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Waukesha Police are advising people to avoid downtown as the investigation progresses.

Credit: Jim Vondruska / Getty Images

1 hour ago

President Biden has been briefed on the Waukesha incident

By Arlette Saenz

US President Joe Biden was briefed tonight on the incident in Waukesha, Wisconsin, where a pickup truck ran into a Christmas parade, a White House official says.

2 hours ago

At least 28 patients are being treated after the parade tragedy, according to local hospitals

By Andy Rose

At least 28 patients are being treated after a van plunged into the crowd at a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, on Sunday night, two local hospitals said.

Children's Wisconsin, a pediatric hospital in Milwaukee, says it is treating 15 patients who were injured in the parade tragedy.

"Children's Wisconsin immediately prepared for a surge of patients after receiving a police notification about the incident at the Waukesha Holiday Parade," the hospital said in a written statement.

"At 8 pm, Children's Wisconsin received 15 patients from the incident, and no deaths were reported at our hospital at that time."

Aurora Medical Center-Summit, a hospital in Waukesha County, told CNN Sunday night that it is treating 13 patients.

Three are listed in critical condition, four in serious condition and six in fair condition.

"We are deeply saddened by today's senseless tragedy and our hearts go out to the Waukesha community," said a statement from the hospital.

Previously, the hospital said it was treating 12 patients.

Waukesha officials announced that there were multiple deaths in the incident, but did not provide a specific number while families are being notified.

2 hours ago

Waukesha authorities reported the Christmas parade incident.

This is what we know.

By CNN

(CNN)

Several people were killed after a pickup truck crashed into the crowd at a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, Sunday night, authorities said.

Authorities reported the incident.

Many details are still unclear, but this is what we know so far:

"Some deaths": Both Police Chief Dan Thompson and Fire Chief Steven Howard said there were "some deaths" after a red pickup truck was thrown into the crowd at the parade.

None of the officials gave an exact number, and Howard noted that "we do not have any detailed information on the deaths at this time."

23 People Rushed to Hospitals: At least 11 adults and 12 pediatric patients were transported to six Waukesha-area hospitals after the incident, Howard said.

He said officials had no specific information on any of the injuries at this time.

A person of interest is in custody: Thompson said a "person of interest" is in custody after the parade accident.

Hours earlier, he told reporters that authorities had recovered the suspicious vehicle.

An officer tried to stop the truck: Thompson said that a police officer fired his gun at the suspect's vehicle in an attempt to stop him.

"No bystanders were injured as a result of the discharge of the weapon," Thompson said.

3 hours ago

A policeman fired his gun to try to stop the truck

By CNN

A police officer fired his gun at the suspect's vehicle in an attempt to stop him, Waukesha, Wisconsin Police Chief Dan Thompson said.

The van moved into a crowd gathered for the Waukesha parade, injuring 23 people, including 12 minors.

"No bystanders were injured as a result of the discharge of the weapon," Thompson said.

The agent has been with the police department for six and a half years, he added.

3 hours ago

11 adults and 12 minors were taken to Waukesha-area hospitals

By CNN

A total of 23 people, including 12 pediatric patients, were taken to the hospital after a pickup truck drove into a Christmas parade in downtown Waukesha, Fire Chief Steven Howard said at a news conference.

"The City of Waukesha Fire Department and its partners transported a total of 11 adults and 12 pediatric patients to six area hospitals," he said.

He said they had no specific information on the injuries at this time.

Howard noted that there were "some deaths," but added, "We do not have any detailed information on the deaths at this time."

4 hours ago

A "person of interest" is in custody, says police chief

By CNN

Waukesha, Wis. Police Chief Dan Thompson said a "person of interest" is in custody following the incident at the Waukesha Christmas Parade.

Thompson said police were no longer searching for a suspect's vehicle.

"This is still a very fluid investigation," he said.

4 hours ago

Police say there are "some deaths" after the Waukesha parade incident

By CNN

There are "some deaths" after a pickup truck struck people during a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wis., Police Chief Dan Thompson said Sunday, but did not specify how many.

"The vehicle struck more than 20 people, some of whom were children and there are some deaths as a result of this incident," he said.

Earlier, Thompson had said that more than 20 people were injured in the incident.

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