A woman accused of driving while intoxicated crashed her car into a crowd at the Oklahoma State University homecoming parade killing 4 and injuring 47.

The Wall Street Journal reports:

Four Dead in Crash at Oklahoma State University Homecoming Parade

Four people died, including a toddler, when an allegedly intoxicated young woman drove her vehicle into a crowd of onlookers at Oklahoma State University’s homecoming parade Saturday morning.

Chaos and panic were followed by a long day of worsening news as the death toll and number of injuries. Overnight police officials released a list of victims: 47 sustained injuries, including five adults listed in critical condition at local hospitals.

The ages of the injured and killed showed the wide cross-section of families and students drawn to the popular homecoming event. Eleven children age 13 and under were injured in the crash; six of them still in the hospital and listed in good or fair condition.

The youngest victim was a 1-year-old listed in good condition at a local hospital; the oldest, a 66-year-old woman who was treated for injuries and released.