Highland Park Shooting Victims—Full List of People Killed at July 4 Parade

A gunman opened fire on a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois, on Monday killing six people and injuring more than 30 others, including children.

Five victims were pronounced dead at the scene, and one victim succumbed to their injuries in a local hospital. And dozens of others, ranging in age from 8-85, were hospitalized with gunshot wounds, according to Dr. Brigham Temple, the medical director of emergency preparedness at NorthShore University Health Center. Dozens of extra doctors were drafted in to help deal with the sudden rush of patients who had been shot.

On Monday evening, police arrested Robert Crimo III, 22, who had been named as a person of interest by investigators.

While some victims of the shooting have yet to be publicly identified as of publication time, details have begun to emerge about the people who lost their lives, including tributes to two of them from their loved ones.

Nicolas Toledo

Retired grandfather Nicolas Toledo, who was originally from Mexico, was the first publicly identified victim. Photographs released by his family show a smiling man enjoying his retirement.

His grandson, David Toledo, told ABC News in a statement: "My grandpa was a funny man. He'd always joke around and be playful with his grandkids. He arrived [in] the U.S. in the '80s and worked around the Highland Park area for many years. He spent his last days swimming and fishing and being among family."

It is unclear how many children Toledo had, but according to reports, he reportedly left behind eight grandchildren.

While most news organizations have reported Toledo's age as 73, the New York Times gives his age as 76 and said he was wheelchair-bound after an accident. The newspaper said he had not wanted to attend the festivities, but his family could not leave him alone due to his disabilities so they all attended together.

The Toledos had positioned chairs along the parade route the night before to secure a good spot. Toledo's granddaughter Xochil Toledo told the Times that Toledo's wheelchair was positioned between his son and nephew when they all heard shots ring out. She said: "We were all in shock. We thought it was part of the parade. [Then] we realized our grandfather was hit. We saw blood and everything splattered onto us."

Toledo suffered three gunshot wounds, and his son and Xochil Toledo's boyfriend were also hit, but their injuries were not life-threatening, she said.

Jacki Sundheim

A "beloved" preschool teacher was the second victim publicly identified when her heartbroken friends and colleagues at her synagogue posted a tribute to her online.

The North Shore Congregation Israel, in Glencoe, just a few miles away from Highland Park, did not reveal Sundheim's age or details about her family, but paid tribute to her "kindness" and devotion to her faith and her community.

"It is with immeasurable sadness that we let you know that our beloved Jacki Sundheim was one of the victims murdered today at the Highland Park Parade," said the statement, which was posted on Monday. "Jacki was a lifelong congregant of NSCI and a cherished member of NSCI's staff team for decades. Jacki's work, kindness and warmth touched us all, from her early days teaching at the Gates of Learning Preschool to guiding innumerable among us through life's moments of joy and sorrow as our Events and B'nei Mitzvah Coordinator—all of this with tireless dedication."

"There are no words sufficient to express the depth of our grief for Jacki's death and sympathy for her family and loved ones," the statement continued. "We know you join us in the deepest prayer that Jacki's soul will be bound up in the shelter of God's wings and her family will somehow find comfort and consolation amidst this boundless grief."

Sundheim leaves behind her husband Bruce and daughter Leah, according to the Times of Israel.

This story will be updated as more of the victims are publicly identified.

Police at Highland Park
Police at the scene of the mass shooting at the Highland Park Fourth of July parade in Illinois. Getty Images