‘Mass Casualty Event’ Reported At Waukesha Christmas Parade After Car Plows Through Police Barricade, Shoots At Bystanders
A reported mass casualty event has been reported at the Waukesha, WI Christmas parade, after a red SUV allegedly broke through the police line, plowed through pedestrians, and began firing round out of the window. It is unclear at this time how many people have been injured or killed, however at least four people have been reported as having been hit and ‘not moving.’
The driver been identified as of this writing.
This was recorded from the City of Waukesha’s Facebook account, which was streaming the parade.
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According to WISN‘s Courtney Sisk, the SUV hit the “dancing grannies” before speeding off, leaving “at least four members” on the ground and were not moving.
Reports of mass causality in Waukesha. An SUV plowed through the Christmas Parade. Witnesses on the phone just told me several members of the “Dancing Grannies” were hit and are not moving. We are on the way. @WISN12News pic.twitter.com/DvoJKg3KzI
— Courtney Sisk (@Courtney_SiskTV) November 21, 2021
“At the Waukesha Holiday parade and a car just broke through the police line, plowing through pedestrians and firing rounds out the window. Family and I are safe. Happened 20 feet in front of us,” wrote Twitter user Zach Heisler (@zrheisler).
At the Waukesha Holiday parade and a car just broke through the police line, plowing through pedestrians and firing rounds out the window. Family and I are safe. Happened 20 feet in front of us.
— Zach Heisler (@zrheisler) November 21, 2021
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— Sotiri Dimpinoudis (@Sotiridi1) November 21, 2021
⚠️🇺🇸#URGENT: Mass Causality Incident declared after car plows through parade in downtown Waukesha, Wisconsin#Waukesha l #WI
Dozens of injuries now reported after a suspect reportedly drove through police barricades at the Holiday Parade before opening fire.
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