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Biden calls for ‘terrible act of violence’ in Wisconsin car rush

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U.S. President Joe Biden has called the car slam at the Wisconsin Waukee Show a “terrible act of violence” over the weekend.

“The whole community is struggling to respond to a horrific act of violence,” President Biden said before addressing the re-appointment of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell at the White House on the 22nd (local time). .

“While we haven’t figured out all the facts and details yet, five families in Waukesha are facing the vivid grief of a life without a loved one,” Biden said.

“Last night the residents of Waukesha gathered to celebrate the beginning of Thanksgiving and a season of hope and unity,” he said. “I appreciate the extraordinary work of emergency responders, from security officials to emergency room doctors, working tirelessly to respond to the horrific consequences of last night,” he said.

Earlier on the 21st, at the Wisconsin Waukee Show, at least five people were killed and 48 others were injured when an SUV rushed through the procession of a Christmas parade. At least two children were among the injured.

It is known that some people were taken to hospitals without the assistance of emergency responders at the scene, so the number of injuries is likely to rise. Authorities identified 39-year-old Darrell Brooks as the suspect. He is expected to appear in court on the 23rd.

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