A four-year-old girl died of a tragic accident in a Yarmouth, Mass, Mass when a witness witnessed a terrarium that overthrew the small port town's festive celebration.
A girl who had not been identified in the public was running over an overcrowded road on one of the city's most important streets when it was only before Monday. local time, police said.
Paramedics rushed to a local hospital, but died shortly.
Cpl. From Hutchinson, the RCMP Auditor for the Nova Scotia, declared the event "very, very tragic" and was very tragic for everyone.
"I understood that a large number of people were there – the families – watched the Santa Claus parade when this incident occurred," Hutchinson said on a Saturday night in an interview.
He added that anyone who might have witnessed the incident must talk to others and support the treatment of trauma.
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"Our thoughts with the little girl's family in this extremely difficult time."
Vance Webb, a retired mechanic who lives in the outskirts of Yarmouth, took part in a Saturday parade with his wife, stepmother and three grandchildren.
"We just watched the march, and then about 30 meters, I heard, suddenly the float stopped and saw something on the ground," Webb said in a telephone interview.
"Then we suddenly heard the scream. He was very close to us.
Webb said that the whole scene was "seriously mistaken" when people realized what had happened.
"People within 50 meters – either of us are OK." The adults were crying. "Anywhere I saw hundreds of people crying," Webb said.
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The parade organizers did not respond promptly on Saturday night.