FREMONT, Ohio -- A Fourth of July parade went from fun, to terrifying, in a matter of moments Tuesday in Fremont.
It happened just after 10:30 a.m. along the parade route on Croghan Street and South Arch.
According to a news release from the Fremont Police Department, the driver of a historical tow truck lost control and crashed into two farm tractors.
Five people were hurt and treated at Fremont Memorial Hospital; at least one of them was taken to a Toledo-area hospital by medical helicopter. That person's condition is not known.
Officials ended the parade after the accident.
Further details were not immediately released as the crash is being investigated.
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