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Girl, 11, injured in Waukesha rampage tells doctors to ‘glue me back together’

An 11-year-old lady who was harm in the lethal Christmas parade rampage in Wisconsin instructed doctors to “glue me back together,” in accordance to a report.

Jessalyn Torres misplaced her kidney and suffered a damaged pelvis, lacerations to the lungs and remaining kidney, in addition to inner bleeding when Darrell Brooks allegedly plowed by way of the group Sunday in Waukesha, the Sun reported.

Five individuals died in the carnage and one other 48 have been injured.

The lady was along with her mother, Amber Kohnke, and her sister Averie, 2, on the parade, the place she carried out with the Waukesha Xtreme Dance group earlier than being struck by the SUV, in accordance to the outlet.

“Her mom and dad are with her now at the hospital. They will not be leaving her side,” Jessalyn’s uncle Ryan Kohnke instructed the Sun. “The rest of us are going to make sure the other kids are taken care of throughout this.”

The injured lady has two different siblings, Kohnke stated.

Emergency responders and passersby attend to injured people after a vehicle plowed through a crowd at a Christmas parade in Wisconsin on November 21, 2021.
Emergency responders and passersby attend to injured individuals after a car plowed by way of a crowd at a Christmas parade in Wisconsin on November 21, 2021.
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Darrell Brooks Jr has been indicted on five counts of homicide after driving into a Christmas parade on November 21, 2021.
Darrell Brooks Jr has been indicted on 5 counts of murder after driving right into a Christmas parade on November 21, 2021.
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“Even when I spoke to her this morning on the phone, she said to me, ‘Tell them to just glue me back together,’” he stated, laughing. “They decided to do the intubation after that to make her more stable.

“I think she’s confused, she doesn’t really understand what happened. A lot of these kids are confused, they don’t know how to feel. They’re all going through this in their own way, and most of them saw it,” Kohnke instructed the Sun.

He described his niece as a “wonderful child.”

An SUV plows into a crowd of people during a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin on November 21, 2021.
An SUV plows right into a crowd of individuals throughout a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, on November 21, 2021.

“Jessalyn loves to dance, she loves her team and her friends. She’s a stubborn, energetic, wonderful child, caring and adventurous,” Kohnke stated. “She’s very into beauty and looking pretty for her contests, and has a huge personality. She’s very individual.”

He recounted the horrifying moments on the parade, which he attended along with his personal two youngsters.

“After I watched the guy barrel through, police trying to stop him, I knew my family was down there,” Kohnke stated, including that he referred to as Amber however she didn’t reply.

Jessalyn Torres asked the doctors to "glue her back together" after being directly hit by the car that killed five people in Wisconsin.
Jessalyn Torres requested the doctors to “glue her back together” after being immediately hit by the automotive that killed 5 individuals in Wisconsin.
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“I grabbed my two children and we ran down there, I’m a veteran myself and it was like a war zone. There were bodies all over, people were just trying to help as much as they could. I just wanted to get the younger kids out of there so that’s what I did,” he stated.

Brooks, an aspiring rapper with a protracted rap sheet who allegedly drove his SUV into the group whereas fleeing one other crime, was charged with 5 counts of intentional murder.

Meanwhile, Nathan Books, 23, has set up a GoFundMe page for Amber, his cousin.

“I heard he was out on a $1,000 bond for running over his girlfriend. It just seems crazy and such a small amount — the rules need to change,” Brooks instructed the Sun, referring to the suspect. “People have been left traumatized by what they saw at the parade, you don’t expect something like this to happen in a place like Waukesha.”

On Monday evening, a whole bunch of individuals turned out for a vigil and interfaith prayer after the lethal incident.

“We walk that street every day — it’s home and it just hits really close to home,” longtime Waukesha resident Kim Mischalouski told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

People gather for a vigil at Cutler Park on November 22, 2021 in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
People collect for a vigil at Cutler Park on November 22, 2021, in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
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Police Chief Daniel Thompson and Mayor Shawn Reilly additionally confirmed up for the vigil.

“When tragedy struck this great city, the community responded. Members of the community selflessly went to the aid of the victims. My heart and department prayers go out to the victims and their families,” Thompson stated, in accordance to the paper.

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