Teenager Injured in Waukesha Christmas Parade Arrives Home From Hospital

A 16-year-old who was injured when a man drove an SUV into a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, returned home from hospital on November 30.

At least six people were killed and 48 others were left injured following the incident on November 21.

Video shows Erick Tiegs returning home with a fire truck escort. Erick’s father Don Tiegs is a Caledonia fire fighter and paramedic, according to the Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin, who posted the footage.

Don Tiegs said on Facebook that Erick was admitted to the intensive care unit at the Children’s Hospital Wisconsin after the incident with a “broken femur, broken ribs, bruised lung, small pneumothorax” and a possible scull fracture.

The suspect in the case Darrell Brooks has been charged with six counts of intentional homicide, according to reports citing court documents. Credit: Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin via Storyful

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