During the July 4 parade, a shooting at Highland Park, Illinois killed seven people and injured dozens more.
Mayor of Highland Park Nancy Rotelling said people can know which victims cannot survive.
“Everyone I met needed a hug and started crying,” Rotelling told insiders.
Highland Park Mayor Nancy Rotelling told insiders that he could identify victims who would not survive Monday’s “incredible violence.” Mass shootings at Highland ParkIllinois, just look at them.
Dozens are still recovering after shooters fired at the crowd at the July 4 parade, killing seven and injuring at least 31.6 people died and 1 died on Monday Died of their injury on tuesday. Currently, 9 people are hospitalized.
Law enforcement officials said on Tuesday that archers carried out attacks with rifles and shot more than 70 rounds as people in the crowd fled for their lives.The shooter was charged with 7 counts First-class murder, Lake County MP Eric Reinhardt Said At a press conference on Tuesday.
“Victims are clearly based on their injuries,” Rotelling told insiders. “We lost another person injured and injured. People see who is trying to accomplish it, and perhaps succumbing to it, because of the incredible violence they endured. I said you can understand. “
On-site doctor Told to NBC News The injuries he saw after the shooting on Monday resembled “probably the injuries seen during the war.”
According to Rotering, the day changed from a peaceful day when “everyone felt festive” to a “massive evacuation” and a “total turmoil.”
She also said that violence had a psychological impact on the community, which she said used free counseling resources. “Everyone I met needed a hug and started crying,” Rotelling said. “It tells me that we are a community that takes a long time to heal.”
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