28 injured after vehicle plows into New Orleans parade crowd, driver appeared intoxicated

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No less than 28 individuals were harmed after a vehicle was crashed into a horde of revelers at the Krewe of Endymion parade in New Orleans.

Police Chief Michael Harrison says one individual in authority and that he is being examined for driving while inebriated.

News station WCSH 6 tweeted a photograph of police driving ceaselessly a man in cuffs.

Harrison said that 21 individuals were hospitalized after the crash with five casualties in protected condition. Seven others declined to be hospitalized.

Prior, police representative Ambria Washington said that twelve individuals were in basic condition, and that “that number could increment as the examination is progressing.”

The Times-Picayune revealed that the crash occurred around 6:45 p.m. nearby time.

One witness told the New Orleans Advocate that a silver truck zipped only a couple of feet far from her before colliding with a Chevrolet Malibu, making it strike a utility shaft.

The Krewe of Endymion parade is one of the biggest occasions paving the way to New Orleans’ well-known Mardi Gras festivities on Feb. 28.

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