Twenty-eight people were injured Saturday night (Feb. 25) in New Orleans when a suspected drunken driver wrecked a pickup truck into spectators at the Krewe of Endymion parade in Mid-City, police said.
According to reports at least a dozen people were injured in New Orleans on Saturday when a vehicle crashed into a crowd.
A dozen people were injured Saturday evening when a vehicle ran into a crowd during the Endymion Parade in Mid-City, police said.
New Orleans police said the crash happened around 7 p.m. at Orleans and Carrollton avenues.
Officials said a person driving a vehicle crashed into a crowd of people, injuring about a dozen people.
The victims are in critical condition. This is a developing story. Stay with WDSU.com for updates.
The crash came less than five hours after a gunshot wounded a man at the Krewe of Tucks parade, on the Uptown parade route.