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7th person reportedly dies after Highland Park parade shooting

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Nicolas Toledo was watching the parade from his wheelchair when he was shot. Toledo reportedly moved to Highland Park a few months ago and is a citizen of the U.S. and Mexico. The second victim was identified as Jacki Sundheim. The names of the four other victims have not been publicly released.
5 months ago·Chicago, United States

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