Video Shows Moment SUV Plows Into Crowd At Wisconsin Parade

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Video Shows Moment SUV Plows Into Crowd At Wisconsin Parade” – below is their description.

Cell phone video captures the moments a driver in a red SUV plowed into a crowd of people that injured and killed multiple during a parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

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This shocking footage, which many people will find very distressing, shows the moments before a red SUV runs over multiple people who were, until then, participating in a holiday parade at Waukesha, Wisconsin, USA.

The horrific scene is omitted, though the screams and gasps of onlookers can be heard, as what should have been a celebration turned into a moment of misery for so many victims.

Later we can see the horrible aftermath, as several people lay stricken on the ground, having been struck by the vehicle.

This video was filmed by an onlooker, and published by NBC News via their YouTube channel.

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