Over $1.5 Million Raised for Victims of Wisconsin Christmas Parade Attack

People across America, and in other countries, have donated over $1.5 million to victims of the Christmas parade attack. Campaigns on GoFundMe have drawn just over $1.5 million as of Thursday morning while a campaign on GiveSendGo has raised about $1,200. Six people were killed by a driver who plowed an SUV into the parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin on Nov. 21. The driver was identified as Darrell Brooks; he was arrested, charged, and is being held on $5 million bail. Charging documents indicate the longtime felon intentionally attacked the parade with the vehicle. Over a quarter of the donations have been raised by a fundraiser for the Sparks family. Jackson Sparks, 8, died from injuries he suffered during the attack, the family announced Tuesday. Tucker Sparks, 12, is in intensive care at the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. The boy’s parents are at his bedside while mourning the loss of their other …

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