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Witnesses of the shooting at Highland Park demand an answer about the shooter's mental health: "Don't worry about politics"

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Highland Park WitnessesParade Shooting on July 4set aside politics and responded to the suspected shooter's mental health after a tragic event Is requesting. 

Warren Fried fired at a parade on July 4th with his wife and two children, killing six and injuring dozens more. Did. 

"One of the things we want to understand is that the kids asked me last night why, as I said, they are a family with neuropathy." Said Fried. Co-host of "Fox&Friends". 

Illinoi Six people were killed and more than 30 were injured in the parade shooting on July 4th. The suspect was arrested

"We understand some of the social judgments and frustrations," he continued. "We don't care about politics. We don't worry about the gun debate. I want to know why the nervous people who lived in our community weren't right. My kids Now that they are growing, they can be the best they can. "

A police officer holds up police tape at the scene of a mass shooting at the Highland Park Fourth of July parade in downtown Highland Park, a Chicago suburb, on Monday, July 4, 2022.

Police officers fired on Monday, July 4, 2022 at the July 4 parade at Highland Park in downtown Highland Park on the outskirts of Chicago.(AP Photo / Nam Y. Huh)

Fried isn't going to the parade in the first place because his family is suffering from neuropathy. Said it was difficult. 

After shooting, his children asked many questions. He responded by explaining that the individual needed moremental health supportand his mind was "incorrect."

"We are conditioned and rooted in sympathy," Fried said. "We strive to get the best out of these negative situations, so we explain to the children that his mind wasn't right. He didn't know, or probably didn't. But he didn't know what happened. The right way to express his anger and frustration. "

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"That's why I'm here. People with medical conditions are so frustrated to turn around like this. No, "he continued. 

The suspect, who is currently detained by police, was arrested in connection with a fatal incident allegedly shooting and killing six people and injuring more than 30. rice field. 

"Why did he get so bad, why did he get so angry and frustrated?" The fried food was asked. "What could we do to make him better? Why someone does this, and what makes them so angry and frustrated. We want to help. That is the purpose of our family. "

Bailee Hill is the Deputy Editor-in-Chief of FoxNews Digital.