Six killed after vehicle drives into crowd waiting to attend carnival in Belgium
Authorities in Belgium adjusted the death toll from four to six after a car plowed into people waiting to attend a carnival in the town of Strépy-Bracquegnies on Sunday. "A car drove from the back at high speed. And we have a few dozen injured and unfortunately several people who are killed,'' Jacques Gobert, mayor of the neighboring town La Louviere said. Prosecutor Damien Verheyen said 26 people were injured, 10 were in critical condition.