From The Gateway Pundit

Mass panic ensued as the sound of gunshots erupted during a Fourth of July Parade in the northern Chicago suburb of Highland Park, Illinois Monday morning. No reports of wounded as of yet. Nearby towns have canceled their parades as a caution against similar attacks.

From a normal parade to panic in seconds:

A young boy filming the parade captured the moment the gunshots were heard and the ensuing chaos.

The Chicago Sun-Times reported on the attack (excerpt):

The Highland Park Fourth of July parade ended in panic when shots were fired about 10 minutes after the parade kicked off at 10 a.m. Monday, striking an unknown number of parade-goers and sending hundreds of people running for safety.

Multiple people were shot. A Chicago Sun-Times reporter saw blankets covering three bloodied bodies and five other people wounded and bloodied near the parade’s reviewing stand.

Several witnesses said they heard multiple shots fired. One witness said he counted more than 20 shots.

Miles Zaremski, a Highland Park resident, told the Sun-Times: “I heard 20 to 25 shots, which were in rapid succession. So it couldn’t have been just a handgun or a shotgun.”

This article will be updated shortly.

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