At least 28 patients are being treated behind an SUV crowding at a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, Sunday night, two local hospitals said.
Children’s Wisconsin – a children’s hospital in Milwaukee – said it was treating 15 patients injured in the march tragedy.
“Wisconsin Children’s Hospital immediately prepared for a surge in patients after receiving notification from law enforcement about the incident at the Waukesha Christmas Parade,” the hospital said. said in a written statement.
“As of 8 p.m., Children’s Wisconsin had received 15 patients from the incident, with no deaths reported at our hospital at the time.”
Aurora-Summit Medical Center, a hospital in Waukesha County, told CNN Sunday night that it is treating 13 patients.
Three people are listed in critical condition, four in serious condition and six in fair condition.
“We are deeply saddened by today’s senseless tragedy and our hearts go out to the Waukesha community,” the hospital said in a statement.
Previously, the hospital said it was treating 12 patients.
Waukesha officials reported multiple deaths in the incident but did not provide specific numbers when families were notified.