TODAY   |  May 19, 2013

Out-of-control car crashes into parade crowd

Up to 60 people were injured Saturday after a car plowed into a crowd at the Trail Days Parade in Virginia. A firefighter at the scene was able to reach into the car and turn off the ignition while it was in motion. TODAY’s Jenna Wolfe reports.

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>> 60 people injured, some of them critically from a car that crashed into a parade in damascus, virginia. a thousand people were celebrating the trail days festival when a car suddenly plowed into the crowd at 25 miles an hour. a volunteer firefighter actually dove inside the moving car, switched off the ignition. police say the driver, an elderly gentleman, may have had a medical emergency .