The child was not named.
Eight children, whose conditions range from serious to good, were still hospitalized, JAKKALS 6 of Milwaukee reported.
Op Nov.. 21, Darrell E. Brooks, 39, allegedly drove into the parade in Waukesha, a suburb of Milwaukee, initially killing five people and injuring more than 60. Op Dinsdag, 8-jaar oud Jackson Sparks became the sixth fatality.
He was charged with five counts of first-degree intentional homicide and will likely be charged with a sixth count for Sparks’ death.
Oorspronklik 16 patients between ages 3 en 16 were admitted to Wisconsin Children’s Hospital, Volgens WISN-TV in Wisconsin.
“We’ve got older people that have passed and we’ve got a bunch of kids in the ICU,” Ryan Kohnke, uncle to Jessalyn Torres, 11, who was injured while dancing in the parade, Dinsdag aan Fox News Digital gesê. “There’s not a more vulnerable group of people that this person could have attacked.”
Torres remains in the hospital Saturday, Volgens JAKKALS 6.
“She told them, ‘Gom my net weer aanmekaar,’” Kohnke said. “It’s kind of a testament to her sassiness, her attitude, her spunk. She is a very adventurous child. For her to crack a joke and have that type of human moment was big. My sister and I both kind of chuckled. We thought that was funny.”
Jessalyn suffered multiple serious injuries, including a fractured pelvis, fractured skull, detached kidney, contusions to her lungs, and lacerations on her liver.
“No mother should ever go through this. This is a very traumatic ordeal,” Torres’ moeder, Amber Kohnke, het die New York Post. “The hardest part was not being with everyone and Jessalyn, in the condition she is, was not able to be with her family either,” sy het gese.
Fox News’ Paul Best contributed to this report.