Witness to the Carnage: “I know there was some fatalities but a lot of people are in critical condition. A lot of kids,“ she said, "I think it’s sick.”
EDITORS NOTE: The Police have in custody a black male by the name of Darrell Brooks who has been connected to the Red SUV involved in the incident, and has a long criminal record, who was just released from jail a few days ago. This investigation in ongoing and a Press Conference has been scheduled for 2:00 PM EDT today, Monday, November 22, 2021, after which this story will be updated.
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by Steven Vago and Patrick Reilly, NY Post, November 22, 2021
WAUKESHA, Wisconsin — Witnesses described the chaos that unfolded Sunday night when a driver plowed into dozens of marchers at a Wisconsin Christmas parade, killing multiple people and injuring at least 20.
Melinda Schultz, 33, of Waukesha had been watching the event with her friends and family near the start of the parade when a car came racing toward the route
“We just saw a red vehicle speeding down the road while the parade was going on,” Schultz told The Post.
“We thought maybe it was an unmarked cop or something. All of a sudden we realized that wasn’t the case.
“People started screaming ‘Move, move, move’ to get people out of the way,” she added.
Schultz, an EMT, ran toward the scene to help. She got choked up talking about the injured, who included children.
“I know there was some fatalities but a lot of people are in critical condition. A lot of kids,“ she said, her voice breaking. “I hope the families get a lot of justice. I think it’s sick.”
A 36-year-old kindergarten teacher, who declined to give her name, was watching the parade from her apartment window with her mother on West Main Street when she said she saw a red SUV drive through the parade.
“I ran downstairs and it was just kids on the ground and everyone freaking out,” the woman said.
“Everyone was screaming and crying … it happened so quickly.”
The schoolteacher said she saw “a little girl get hit and go flying” in the town’s Five Points area. She said it was extremely difficult seeing children injured like that.
A member of the Waukesha school board said his daughter’s dance team was hit by the SUV.
“There were pom-poms and shoes and spilled hot chocolate everywhere. I had to go from one crumpled body to the other to find my daughter,” Corey Montiho told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
“My wife and two daughters were almost hit. Please pray for everybody. Please pray.”
“It was just chaos. You don’t expect something like that to happen here. It’s Waukesha. It’s really safe. You don’t see that here.”
Bradyden Kowalski, a 19-year-old Waukesha native, said he saw bodies flying into the air as the car tore through the crowd.
“He’s just blowing through people, kind of just dinging a lot of people, bodies flying everywhere,” Kowalski told Fox News. “These people didn’t get run over, they got thrown through the air. Like a lot of people got tossed up into the air.”
Kowalski said he and his mother went into the crowd offering help to those who were injured in the immediate aftermath, where he described the brutal scene.
“You could see the fragments of brains,” he said. “There were quite a few people with broken limbs, like a lot of broken legs, a lot of people shouting with broken legs. It was horrifying.”
“This is the most peaceful, loving town. Everyone is so friendly. I know people say ‘You would never expect this to happen here,’ but this is one of those towns. You would have never thought this would happen.”
“There were moms and dads yelling for their kids, people running around,” Woynilko added. “When I rewatched the video, I could hear people talking, and they were like, ‘There’s eight people injured down there. We need an ambulance over here.’ There’s one lady kneeling on the ground crying.”
Tom Hickey, 25, told the New York Times he was walking near the rear of the parade by a friend’s float when he heard honking behind him. Hickey said the driver wore a sweatshirt and gray hat and drove a red Ford Escape.
The driver then took a right turn onto the parade’s main route and revved the engine, accelerating through the parade route.
“When he made that right turn, that’s when he turned really dangerous,” Hickey said, adding that he also thought he heard five gunshots.
Another witness told the Times that the driver was “going from side to side, targeting people” during the rampage.
“The car bombed through. He was flying through there going intentionally from left to right,” Tyler Kotlarek told the paper.
Several witnesses had reported hearing gunshots from the driver. However, police confirmed Sunday the shots were discharged from the weapon of an officer who fired at the vehicle.
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