At least five people died and dozens were injured after a vehicle sped into a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wis., on Sunday. Authorities identified Darrell Brooks as a person taken into custody. PHOTO: City Of Waukesha/TNS via ZUMA Press Wire
Waukesha Police Chief Dan Thompson said “some” people were killed when an SUV driver sped through a police line and into a parade of Christmas marchers on Sunday but would not give an exact number. A person was in custody, he said, but he did not give any indication of motive.
The SUV driver who plowed into a Christmas parade in suburban Milwaukee, killing at least five people and injuring 48, was leaving the scene of a domestic dispute that had taken place just minutes earlier, Waukesha's police chief said Monday.
An SUV driver sped through a police line and into a parade of Christmas marchers on Sunday, hitting more than 20 adults and children in a horrifying scene captured by the city's livestream and the cellphones of onlookers.
Waukesha's long and expensive request to tap into Lake Michigan to supply safe, sustainable water to city residents began in 2010. But concerns linger, even after the Wisconsin DNR signaled final approval of the Great Lakes diversion.
The School District of Waukesha has loosened its coronavirus policy, eliminating quarantine requirements for students and staff who come into close contact with people who have tested positive for the virus.
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