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Waukesha incident — Statement from Children’s Wisconsin

 

By - Nov 21st, 2021 08:50 pm

Children’s Wisconsin immediately prepared for a surge of patients after receiving notification from law enforcement of the incident at the Waukesha Holiday Christmas Parade. As of 8 p.m., Children’s Wisconsin received 15 patients from the incident, with no reported fatalities at our hospital at that time.

The Children’s Wisconsin Emergency Department and Trauma Center is fully open to support any community need, in addition to responding to this fluid and dynamic situation.

Additional information on the Children’s Wisconsin response to this incident will be shared Monday morning.

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