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Six people were killed in the parade attack on July 4, officials said.

Highland Park, Illinois — Officials said a parade attack on July 4 killed six people and arrested 38 injured officials on Monday.

Robert "Bobby" E. Climo III was found at Honda Fit, which is described as what the FBI in North Chicago wanted. ..

At the end of the chase, they said the interested person peacefully surrendered to a North Chicago officer.

Law enforcement officers shoot at Highland Park in Highland Park, Illinois Search downtown Illinois Monday, July 4th parade.Nam Y. Huh / AP
First responders work the scene of a shooting at a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Ill.
First in the field Respondents Shooting at the July 4 parade in Highland Park, Illinois on Monday.Jim Vondruska / Getty Images

Manhunting began when a policeman saw a person on the rooftop of downtown who he thought was a sniper. As they approached, he ran away on foot.

Five of the six killed were sentenced to death on the scene, and a sixth victim died in the hospital, said Lake County Coroner Jennifer Parker.

Brigham Temple, Emergency Response Medical Director of the North Shore Medical Group, said at a news conference that 26 people were first seen at Highland Park Hospital. Among them, 25 years old, 8 to 85 years old, followed by gunshot wounds.

19 patients were treated and released, he said. Of the rest, some were in critical and serious condition, Temple said. He said some were moved to a nearby trauma center.

According to Temple, four to five children were treated at the hospital.

Six were taken to Lake Forest Hospital and seven were taken to Evanston Hospital, Highland Park Fire Chief Joe Schlag said earlier.

Parade participants who may have lost contact with friends and family were urged to go to the Highland Park Police to reunite with them.

After shooting, abandoned camping chairs, US flags, plastic cups, and other belongings were scattered around the parade route, leaving behind those who came out to celebrate July 4th before they died. I made it.

In the business district near the site, dozens of people were evacuating to business and waiting for a SWAT team to safely escort them. The

helicopter swirled overhead as Manhunt followed for a shooter who scared what seemed to celebrate the freedom of the country. The streets are dotted with military trucks filled with tired and armed personnel, and vehicles without black windows labeled "Police Rescue Vehicles". rice field. "Tragedy and massive violence" has terrorized residents of the quiet suburbs more than 25 miles from Chicago. The central part of the Highland Park home is valued at $ 535,000 and more than 75% of people over the age of 25 have a college degreeCensus data suggests

Mayor Nancy Rotering thanked the police officers for their prompt response.

"Our community is terrorized by the violence that shakes our hearts," she said.

The Illinois Police Department also replied, "We will support Highland Park PD in active shooting situations." According to a statement of, authorities tweeted the

Chicago Police Department. Officials said sent a helicopterand other officers to Manhunt.

Other July 4th events in the suburbs of Chicago — Evanston, Deerfield , Skokie — were shot and canceled I did.

"There are many communities that aren't looking forward to celebrating after this happens in the backyard," Covelli said. 

Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker was attending an Evanston event scheduled for the shooting at Highland Park.

"There is no monster word to fire at a crowd of families and children celebrating a vacation with the community when waiting," Pritzkersaid in a statement {102. }

"I will stand firmly against Illinois and the Americans. We must end the plague of this gun violence, and we do."

Congressman Brad Schneider, D-Ill. Was attending a Highland Park event when the shot rang.

"When the shooting started, my campaign team and I were together at the start of the parade"Schneider said in a statement"My team and I are safe "

WitnessesLarry Bloom said he initially thought the popping sound was part of the parade.

"You sounded like" pop, pop, pop ". And I thought everyone was on display at one of the floats, but that's where it opened, "he toldNBC Chicago

. .. "I was screaming and people were screaming." They were panicking and just scattered. I know you, we didn't. As you know, it's us. It was right above. ”

It was the third major mass shooting in the United States since May.

In May, 10 blacks were killed in Buffalo, New York. 14 Less than two weeks after the Buffalo massacre, a white shooter allegedly motivated by racial hatred fired at theTops Friendly Market

.19 children and two teachersA massacre occurred at Robb Elementary School in Yuvalde, Texas, about 80 miles west of San Antonio.

Due to the shootings, Congress passed abill for . Mass shootings, President Joe Bidensigned the law on June 25.

Bill, the most extensive Bill aimed at Preventing gun violence 30 years Grants to the state in, grants a "danger signal" law grant, strengthens background checks to include boy records, and closes "boyfriend loopholes" by moving guns away in abuse An unmarried dating partner convicted.

We also need to strengthen background checks for people aged 18-21 and fund mental health services for adolescents.

David K. Li reported from New York City and Natasha Korecki reported from Highland Park, Illinois.