LAFAYETTE, Tenn. (WKRN) — No one was injured following an incident during the Macon County High School homecoming parade.
During the parade on Friday, an “uncontrollable driver” broke through barriers along the parade route into a crowded area, according to the Macon County School District.
The Macon County Sheriff’s Deputy reportedly hit the driver, preventing injury to a nearby student.
The parade was then stopped, buses started to route and students were dismissed at 2:30pm
The deputy was said to be fine after the trip to the hospital. The suspect was also taken to hospital, but there was no update on his condition.
A post from the school district on Facebook said several children were shaken after the incident. They said schools would be ready to address counseling issues next week when schools return to sessions.
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