Waukesha, WI – Waukesha police have confirmed that they are responding to an incident at the Waukesha Christmas Parade after social media reports started flooding in Sunday evening of a car that had drive through the crowd with shots fired.
The first reports of the incident started at approximately 4:40 p.m.
UPDATE: 20 people were wounded and police have located the suspect vehicle and are speaking to one person of interest. No details have been released on the extend of injuries or if there have been any deaths.
Officials have not yet confirmed who fired the gunshots.
This was recorded from the City of Waukesha’s Facebook account, which was streaming the parade.— Sam Kraemer (@SamKraemerTV) November 21, 2021
You can see a red SUV speed right past these band members, hear screams and then a law enforcement officer running. @fox6now pic.twitter.com/8lO5oRuP1I
Just called Waukesha police about this — couldn't really give anything in the moment because they're responding now but witnesses are tweeting that a car ran through the crowd with reported shots fired https://t.co/sKU1zs4bK1— Sanjana Karanth (@sanjanakaranth) November 21, 2021
Reports: Injuries at Waukesha Parade. We are gathering details and have a crew in route. https://t.co/A0fqLMzXpw— Tom Durian (@TMJ4Tom) November 21, 2021
Police shouting at least 30 people down and that shots were fired.— Kaylee Staral (@KayleeStaral) November 21, 2021
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