Arizona Cardinals defensive finish J.J. Watt has supplied to cowl the funeral costs for all of the victims of the Waukesha Christmas parade tragedy, in accordance to one report. 

At least six individuals have been killed killed and dozens extra have been injured on Sunday when the driving force of a crimson SUV plowed right into a crowd of individuals at an annual Christmas parade in Watt’s Wisconsin hometown. 

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According to native media, Watt has supplied to cowl the funeral costs. 

Five victims have been initially recognized as 81-year-old Wilhelm Hospel, 79-year-old Virginia Sorenson, 71-year-old LeAnna Owen, 52-year-old Tamara Durand and 52-year-old Jane Kulich.

An 8-year-old little one, Jackson Sparks, was recognized because the sixth sufferer. He underwent mind surgical procedure on Sunday night time however succumbed to his accidents on Tuesday night time. 

Watt, who was born in Waukesha and performed soccer at Pewaukee High School, took to Twitter after studying of the horrific incident. 

Arizona Cardinals defensive end J.J. Watt (99) celebrates a defensive stop against the Houston Texans during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 24, 2021, in Glendale, Ariz.

Arizona Cardinals defensive finish J.J. Watt (99) celebrates a defensive cease in opposition to the Houston Texans through the first half of an NFL soccer recreation, Sunday, Oct. 24, 2021, in Glendale, Ariz.
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“Just now seeing what happened at the holiday parade back home in Waukesha tonight. Horrific images,” his tweet learn. “Truly hoping everyone is going to be ok and those not involved are now safe. Thankful to everyone who rushed to action and helped the wounded.”

Brothers Derek Watt and T.J. Watt, who play for the Pittsburgh Steelers, additionally shared their ideas on social media. 

J.J. Watt #99 of the Houston Texans and brother Derek Watt #34 of the Los Angeles Chargers walk off the field following the Texans 27-20 victory over the Chargers at Dignity Health Sports Park on Sept. 22, 2019 in Carson, California.

J.J. Watt #99 of the Houston Texans and brother Derek Watt #34 of the Los Angeles Chargers stroll off the sector following the Texans 27-20 victory over the Chargers at Dignity Health Sports Park on Sept. 22, 2019 in Carson, California.
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“Thinking of all those affected by the senseless tragedy tonight back home in Waukesha, WI. This news truly is heartbreaking to see,” Derek Watt wrote. 

Darrell Brooks Jr., 39, was charged Tuesday with 5 counts of first-degree intentional murder, a cost that carries a compulsory life sentence if convicted. Prosecutors say he’ll possible face extra prices. 

Fox News’ Greg Norman contributed to this report.