Authorities in Mexico are confirming at least eight deaths among bystanders when a monstertruck went out of control during an event Saturday. Among the confirmed dead are four children. Many of the injured are still in critical condition in area hospitals this Monday. Speaking with the press, Cesar Duarte, governor of the northern state of Chihuahua says the 51-year old driver of the monster truck claims he hit his head on the steering wheel and went unconscious before his vehicle slammed into spectators on the sidelines. Duarte says initial evidence shows the truck driver had alcohol in his system. The governor has declared three days of mourning in remembrance of the victims.
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