The facts took place during the Strappy-Progressive Festival in Walloon, La Louvre. Many injuries are regrettable.
A car drove into a crowd attending a festival on Sunday morning in La Louvre, Belgium, killing at least six people and injuring 20 others, according to reports the mayor told AFP and a police source consulted by BFMTV.
The facts took place during the Streeby-Progvegnis Festival, the most family festival in Belgium. A group of folks dressed in orange, Gilles, were traditionally picking up when they were hit by a car at around 5am. The first calls to rescue forces were made immediately at 5:06 p.m.
According to PFMTV’s police sources, at present, six people have been killed and about 20 injured, seven of them seriously. A report that is likely to change in a few more hours.
The car was stopped by police and the driver was arrested.
Jack Cobert Belka, mayor of southern Belgium, told the Associated Press that “a car traveling at high speed (carnival) went over a crowd.
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