At the point when he made that right turn, that is the point at which he turned truly risky, Mr. Hickey said.
Angelito Tenorio, a possibility for state financier, had quite recently gotten done with walking in the motorcade and was returning again to Main Street when he saw the S.U.V. speeding along the course.
Out of nowhere I heard a noisy bang, said Mr. Tenorio, a magistrate for neighboring West Allis. Then, at that point, I heard stunning cries and shouts. It was very stomach.
He depicted a turbulent scene that left him dazed and shaking.
Individuals were fleeing, abandoning their possessions, wailing, he said. At the point when the group got out, it looked like there were individuals on the ground who may have been struck by the vehicle.
In a video posted on the city’s Facebook page, the S.U.V. can be seen speeding down the motorcade course and shouts can be heard from those in the group. Then, at that point, seconds after the fact, a cop runs by, trailed by various police vehicles collectively of youngsters quits performing.
Peggy Tom, 58, said that after the vehicle sped past her, she strolled down the road looking for a companion, whom she later discovered was harmed.
There were heaps of instruments, Ms. Tom said, and shoes.
Others strolling through the tumultuous scene, she added, were yelling the names of lost friends and family.
Wear Paul Browne, a city council member, was walking in the motorcade with the chairman yet had as of now left and didn’t observer what occurred. He said the city was commending its 125th commemoration.