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The Oconomowoc High School band program played the Waukesha South High School fight song in solidarity with the school after Sunday's parade incident.
The man accused of intentionally driving into the Waukesha Christmas parade, killing six people and injuring more than 60, faced formal charges Tuesday.

Check below for updates as Journal Sentinel reporters and photographers cover the aftermath of the Waukesha tragedy on Tuesday, Nov. 23.

Oconomowoc band plays Waukesha South High School song

The Oconomowoc High School band program played the Waukesha South High School fight song in solidarity with the school after Sunday's parade incident, according to a Facebook post Tuesday from the Oconomowoc Area School District. The district's post also said the band is directed by Waukesha South High School alum Jason Gillette.

"Our hearts are with the entire Waukesha community. This is the best way that we could let the great band students and director Sarah Wehmeier of the Waukesha South Blackshirt Bands know that we are one united front. Music can begin the healing process," Gillette was quoted as saying in the district's Facebook post.

"To the Waukesha South Band - We're thinking about you, we're praying for your families, our OHS Band Program is with you in song and spirit, this is for you."

The Oconomowoc High School Symphonic Band led by Dan Henkel also played Waukesha South's fight song.

— Alec Johnson

Thirteen children remain hospitalized at Children's Wisconsin, six in critical condition

Six children at Children's Wisconsin are still in "critical condition," according to a news release from the hospital.

A total of 13 children are still being treated at the hospital as of Tuesday evening, two days after they were injured when an SUV drove into the crowd of the Waukesha County Christmas Parade.

Sixteen children were initially admitted shortly after the incident Sunday afternoon.

Three of the children are in "fair condition" while 4 are in "good condition," according to the hospital.

Earlier Tuesday, Jackson Sparks, an 8-year-old boy who was marching in the Waukesha Christmas Parade, died from his…
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