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Manhunt is underway after deadly shooting at the Illinois Parade on July 4th

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"No words" Pain: Illinois Governor speaks to the families of those killed in the shootings

In a speech on Monday night after six people were killed in the shootings, Illinois Governor J. B. The community, spoken by Pritzker at Highland Park, says "no words" to explain the loss and sadness of the casualties' families feeling this holiday. After a gunman fired during the July 4th parade.

"A family of six individuals woke up today and participated in a community celebration to celebrate national independence. They tonight I'm going to sleep. "He said.

"There is no word about the kind of evil that appears at the public celebration of freedom of , hides in the roof and of the sin of . Shoot no people Assault rifle. July 4th will no longer be associated with celebrations There is no word that can be provided to to relieve family pain. It's sad , "added Pritzker.

The Governor said he spoke with President Biden, who promised federal support. He also said that Illinois would make resources available to those affected by the shooting. Law enforcement agencies are still searching for suspects and identifying those who are interested.

" It is devastating that the American celebration was torn apart by our unique American plague," Pritzker said. "On the day of liberty, , as a citizen, completely rescued one freedom that refused to support. Our companion Citizens {Freedom to Live Without 286} Daily Fear of Gun Violence. "

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The FBI was filmed. Ask the general public to submit tips and information to a new web page

CNN Josh Campbell and Amanda Musa 

FBI Monday Established an intake platform where the general public can upload digital information and tips related to deadly shootings in Highland Park, Illinois.

The FBI-Chicago requires anyone with information about the shooting to submit it to the following number: 1-800-CALLFBI

In addition, videos and photos can be submitted below:

FBI-Chicago According to the filming, the filming is still an active and ongoing investigation.

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Police are 22-year-old Robert E. Climo III identified as interested in highland park parade shooting

from CNN's Joe Sutton

(City of Highland Park)
(Highland Park City)

Highland Park Police Chief Lou Jogmen is interested inin a shooting at the parade on July 4th this morning. He said he had identified a person.

The person's name is Robert E, 22 years old. He is Crimo III. 

He is believed to be driving the 2010 Silver Honda Fit on the Illinois license plate DM80653.

Many law enforcement agencies are working on the arrest of Kurimo.

He is armed and considered dangerous, officials said.

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Highland Park High School bands and football team members are safe, school district manager

From Joe Sutton on CNN

All members of the Highland Park High School band and football team (each attending the parade on July 4th this morning) are safe. is. School district director.

"All members and band directors of the Highland Park High School band playing at today's event are said to be safe. Highland Park High School Soccer marching in the parade Team members are also safe. At this time, there is no information about students or staff who may have attended the event, "said Bruce Law. 

At Highland Park High School, a statement states that tomorrow students and staff will have access to counselors. 

"Needless to say, yet another case of gun violence caused irreparable harm and wounds ..." the law said. "Please feel free to contact me if you or anyone in your family needs to speak."

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Injured victims range in age from 8 to 85, with doctors from

CNN's Chuck Johnston

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Catch up: Here's what you need to know about the July 4th parade shooting at Highland Park

from CNN staff

A woman wipes tears after a shooting at the Highland Park Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois, on July 4.
A woman wipes her tears after filming at the Independence Day parade in Highland Park, Illinois in July 4. (Nam Y. Huh / AP)

Shooting at the Independence Day parade on July 4th killed at least6 peopleand injured 20 Illinois Park. This is at least the 308th mass shooting in the United States this year, according to data compiled by the Gun Violence Archive, a nonprofit organization tracking such incidents.

Highland Park police are leading the investigation, and Lake County's major criminal task force is working directly with the FBI, task force spokesman Criscoveli said at a news conference. The suspects are still numerous and are considered armed and dangerous.

As long as Manhunt continues, what we know is:

  • Location:Highland Park, Illinois, located approximately 25 miles north of downtown Chicago. According to police, the shooting started about 20 minutes after the parade started.
  • Suspicious shooter:Cmdr. Case commander Chris O'Neill said on Monday that the suspect was a white man between the ages of 18 and 20 with long black hair, a small physique, and wearing a white or blue T-shirt. The suspect has not been identified. Police said they looked at social media to identify the threat of the parade, but said the suspect was "cautious."
  • Shooting:Sgt. Christopher Koveli, Lake County's Major Crime Task Force, said police had recovered a "powerful rifle" on the roof of the company. Police say they believe the shooter was on the roof when he fired. Coveli said it was likely that he had accessed the roof from an alley ladder. Authorities have not disclosed exactly where the building is. According to Kim Nerheim, a spokesman for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the firearms recovered at Highland Park after the shooting are urgently tracking who bought the weapon and where it came from.
  • Victims:Five people killed during the shooting died on the scene, said Lake County coroner Jennifer Parker. She said they were all adults. She added that another person died after she was transferred to a local hospital. Coveli said the audience and parade participants seemed to have been targeted. Dr. NorthShore University Health System. A total of 26 people were taken to the hospital and 25 were injured by ammunition, BrighamTemple said. At least 19 people were treated and discharged home. Victims ranged in age from 8 to 85, Temple added.
  • Witnesses:Some people who attended the parade told CNN that they initially thought the ammunition was fireworks. Zoe Pawelczak said she grabbed her father and started running when she realized something was wrong. Others explained that the scene was chaotic as people fled and evacuated.

Authorities said anyone with a photo or video from the parade when the shooting began to contact Highland Park police at 847 432-7720. I'm looking for it.

CNN's Eric Levenson, Adrienne Broaddus, Shawn Nottingham, and Brynn Gingras contributed to this post. 

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At least one child was taken to the hospital and "seriously injured" The Chief of the Highland Park Fire Department was asked by the CNN's Joe Sutton to

if the child was taken to the hospital from the shooting site of the parade, and the city fire department. The chief was transported with at least one child. 

"At least one of them was a child," said Joe Schlag, chief of the Highland Park Fire Department.  

Schrage went on to say, "They were seriously injured."

When asked to explain who he was referring to, Schlag said he was "just a kid."

The chief did not have any information about the age group.  

Some of the injured victims suffered gunshot wounds, ranging from the abdomen to the limbs, Schrage continued.  

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Highland Park parade route and shelter in Central Business District remain Officials say

CNN's Joe Sutton

An armed law enforcement officer patrols the scene of the Fourth of July parade shooting in Highland Park, Illinois, on July 4.
Armed law enforcement officers in July at Highland Park Patrol the scene of the parade shooting on the 4th. July 4, Illinois. (Youngrae Kim / AFP / Getty Images)

City officials held a second news conference on Monday afternoon to keep up to date with the mass shootings left by at least six people. Provided. He died during the July 4th parade in Highland Park, Illinois.  

The parade route, downtown Highland Park, and the city's central business district are still active crime scenes, says Highland Park Police Commander Chris O'Neil. .. Authorities recommend that people living in the area continue to evacuate.  

"Currently, there is a lively crime scene in in the Central Business District. Surrounded by Green Bay to Laurel Avenue to St  The road. From John's Avenue to Elm Place. And police officers in the area continue to investigate and clean up companies and buildings, "said O'Neill.

Lake County Coroner Jennifer Parker said five adults had died at the scene of the shooting. Those individuals have been identified and authorities are working to notify their families.

Banek went on to say that another deceased victim was taken to the hospital.  

Highland Park Fire Chief Joe Schlag shared information about people injured in the shooting, saying that about 20 people were transferred to a local hospital by the first responder. Said.

Lake County Major Crime Task Force spokesman chief Chris Coveli said the total number of hospitalized people could be higher than currently understood, with private cars to local hospitals. He added that there is.

2 hours 14 minutes ago

The Chicago White Sox will host tonight's match, but the fireworks scheduled after shooting Canceled

David Close from CNN

Major League Baseball Chicago White Sox takes the Minnesota Twins as the team is scheduled for Monday night We announced that we would be hosting, but the pre-planned fireworks celebration was cancelled.

Moment of silence is also seen by those affected by the Monday shootings on the outskirts of Chicago in Highland Park, Illinois.

White Sox issued the following statement:

"Our heart is in the Highland Park community. The entire Chicago White Sox organization. Expresses our deep sympathy for the families and friends of today's horrific shooting innocent victims, and all those affected by this tragedy. Scheduled tonight after consulting with the Major League Baseball. The match against the White Sox will take place at 7:10 pm, but there will be a moment of silence before the match tonight's match begins to celebrate the fireworks after the match. "