A parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin was interrupted after a automotive could possibly be seen in a live stream zooming by a parade and reportedly crashed into bystanders.

Waukesha Police Chief Daniel Thompson confirmed in a press convention Sunday {that a} crimson SUV drove by parade barricades and struck at the least 20 people, together with children.

Thompson mentioned an officer opened hearth on the suspect and an individual of curiosity is presently in custody however he pressured that the investigation is “very active.”

Some of the fatalities are children, Thompson mentioned, and the identities will not be revealed till households are notified.

Waukesha Fire Chief Steven Howard mentioned his division transported 11 adults and 12 children to 6 space hospitals

The parade was live streamed for a time frame and in the video the crimson SUV will be seen dashing by the parade and the viewers will be heard gasping and searching towards that course.

A police officer can then be seen operating that course earlier than the stream ends. 

Fox News 6 Milwaukee reporter Sam Kraemer interviewed a person on the scene who mentioned “most of his family are in the hospital.”

“He’s just blowing through people, kind of just dinging a lot of people, bodies flying everywhere,” 19-year-old Brayden Kowalski, who was on the parade, informed Fox News Digital.

Law enforcement could possibly be heard on a police scanner saying that two folks have been lifeless. 

Angelito Tenorio, a West Allis alderman who’s operating for Wisconsin state treasurer, informed the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that he was watching the parade together with his household after they noticed the SUV come dashing into the realm.

“Then we heard a loud bang, and just deafening cries and screams from people who are who are struck by the vehicle,” Tenorio mentioned. “And then, and then we saw people running away or stopping crying, and there, there are people on the ground who looked like they’d been hit by the vehicle.”

Follow together with live updates.

Associated Press contributed to this report