Terrifying new Xmas parade video shows SUV speeding past families

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Horrifying new footage shows an SUV overtaking families before ramming into a crowd at the Waukesha Christmas Parade, killing five and injuring several.

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A mother captured the horrifying scene after a stampede broke out at a festive event in Wisconsin on Sunday.

The SUV plowed for about 30 minutes in the parade
shots were fired in the parade

shots were fired in the parade
more than 40 people injured

more than 40 people injured

The woman was at the event with her three-year-old daughter and two sisters when suddenly they were “running to save their lives” when gunshots were heard.


“All of a sudden, I hear people screaming and running, I look up and everyone is running and someone is saying ‘he’s got a gun’ and everyone starts leaning towards the front door of my sister’s compound The woman, who wished to remain anonymous, reported exclusively, “It was just panic.”

She said: “Everyone is just running for their lives. We think the person who just took part in the parade has a gun and is now loose, shooting around and it is now an active shooter position. ,

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The mother quickly remembers holding her daughter so that she would not get hurt and how everyone was running for cover in her sister’s apartment complex.

“Everyone was trying to enter the building holding their children and family members and someone was shouting ‘he got a gun, he has a gun’,” she said.

“Children are crying, people are screaming. It’s utter panic.”


Darrell Edward Brooks, 39, was named as a person of interest on Monday after he was reportedly taken into custody by Waukesha police.

“We see this red SUV zooming right behind all of us, barely missing a photographer, barely missing kids, barely missing my sister who is sitting on the edge of the curb,” the mother said. remembered.

“He just continues, doesn’t stop and everyone is confused.”

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Five people were killed and more than 40 people were injured – including 12 children – as families and artists celebrated the annual holiday event.

Officials said on Monday that 18 children were treated at Children’s Hospital in Wisconsin after the violence.

The police opened fire on the SUV as it was passing through a barrier and was speeding.

Officers later swooped in at an address in Milwaukee, where the SUV was parked in the driveway.

The front part of the vehicle was dislocated to the windscreen and its bumper and license plate were hanging.

Brooks was detained there and reportedly complained of shoulder pain as he was detained.

A video posted by Brooks to YouTube shows the same car that was pledged at the parade.

The first three letters on the license plate ADP and the vehicle description are the same as what is reportedly heard on the police scanner.

Court documents link Brooks, who wrote rap lyrics about killing people, to the Milwaukee address where he was arrested.

dancing granny

A beloved group of performers known as the Milwaukee Dancing Grannies has confirmed that some of its members were killed in chaos at a Christmas parade.

In a statement posted to Facebook, the group wrote that it was “devastated” to confirm that some of its members were among five people killed by a speeding SUV that paraded through Main Street at 4.30 p.m. were carved out of

Several members of the group were also injured. It is not yet clear how many people were killed and how many were injured.

In their post, the troupe wrote: “Milwaukee Dancing Grannies are devastated by this horrific tragedy, which has resulted in the loss of lives at the Waukesha Christmas Parade.

“Our group was doing what they loved, performing in front of a crowd in a parade, bringing smiles to the faces of all ages, filling them with joy and happiness.

“During the performance, Nani enjoyed hearing the cheers and applause of the crowd, which certainly brought a smile to their faces and warmed their hearts.”

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