According to News On 6 out of Stillwater, Oklahoma, at least two people died this morning after a car ran into a crowd gathered to watch the Oklahoma State Homecoming parade. Several other people are reportedly injured. The incident occurred towards the end of the route, at Hall Of Fame and Main Street.
We will update this post as more information becomes available.
Update (12:24 p.m.):
And here’s more from News On 6:
Witnesses tell News On 6 it was terrifying as a car crashed into parade watchers at high speed. The car was not part of the parade but was on Hall of Fame before crashing into crowds on Main Street. A motorcyclist was also hit, and we’re hearing reports it may have been a police unit.
Update (1:07 p.m.): There are now three confirmed dead.
Update (2:15 p.m.): There was talk of canceling the game, but it will proceed. Also, a 25-year-old woman has been arrested for allegedly driving under the influence.
Update (7:52 p.m.): A fourth person, a two-year-old, has died, reports NewsOK.
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