2021-11-29 13:46:20 –
Milwaukee — Seven patients injured in a Christmas parade crash in the suburbs of Milwaukee last weekend are being treated in Children, Wisconsin, even after the ninth patient was released on Sunday, hospital officials said. Said.
The facility initially accepted 16 patients after a red SUV driver barked at the Walkisha parade, killing six and injuring more than 60. One patient was released on Friday and the other was able to return home for Thanksgiving.
Of the remaining seven children in Wisconsin, four are in serious condition, two are in normal condition, and one is in good condition, hospital representatives said. At the beginning of the week, five children were listed in danger.
Donations to victims come from all over the country. Officials from the United For Waukesha Community Fund said they received over 6,300 donations from 12 countries in the first three days of establishing the collection.
Darrell Brooks Jr., 39, has been accused of refusing to stop, even if police hit the hood of an SUV, for rushing into the parade by police. Another policeman fired three ammunition at the vehicle, but it did not stop. Officials said Brooks maneuvered left and right with the intention of attacking the marchers and spectators.
Five adults and one child were killed in the crash.
This story was first published on November 28th. Updated on November 29 to correct the spelling of the name of a man charged with driving to a parade. His name is Darrell Brooks Jr., not Darnell Brooks Jr.
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