A man accused of ramming a car into Christmas parade-goers in Wisconsin on Sunday is to be charged with six deaths after another victim a child – died.
Darrell Brooks, 39, wept as he was arraigned in court with five counts of intentional homicide. Prosecutors said further charges would be filed.
Police say Brooks drove in a zig-zag pattern to hit as many people as possible at the Waukesha parade.
The boy killed was eight-year-old Jackson Sparks, who was hit alongside his 12-year old brother, Tucker.
He had been marching with his baseball team when he was hit. END.