The list of casualtiesafter an alt-right revival in Charlottesville, Virginia on Aug. 12 isgetting worse. A hospital spokesperson at University of Virginia Medical Center said thatthe Charlottesville casualties include one dead and 19 disabled, CBS News reported on Saturday afternoon. The death appears to have come after a auto plowed into a audience of protesters, sending mass winging and leaving the injured littered around the street.

UPDATE : The victim in Charlottesville has been identified as Heather Heyer, 32, a paralegal who are in Virginia, according to Her childhood pal, Felicia Correa, spoke to the paper on behalf of the members of her family.She died doing what was right, Correa said, speaking for Heyer’s mother.

A GoFundMe page set up by Correa for Heyer’s household has collected over $60,000 as of Sunday morning. A mention on the sheet says that the funds will be released to whoever the family chooses to beincharge of Heyer’s estate.

EARLIER Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas said that the victimkilled in the incident was a 32 -year-old woman, who was killed crossing wall street. Thomas said that authorities has not been able to be releasing additional information and clarification until the woman’s next of kin had been notified.

He added that the move was in custody, and that the incident was being treated as a criminal murder. He said that a total of 35 parties were being treated for harms, including nine with hurts straying from life-threatening to minor due to the car crash.

Separately, two parties died in apache helicopters disintegrate seven miles outside Charlottesville, and Gov. Terry McAuliffe referencedthree fatalities at the news conference, is in accordance with ABC News. Authorities did not approve if apache helicopters gate-crash was related to the violence all over the alt-right rally.

Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer posted a letter addressed to Twitter shortly after 3 p. m. ET on Aug. 12, confirming the first demise. I am heartbroken that a life has been lost here, he wrote. I advocate all peopleof good will go home.

There are as yet no details about the identity of such persons killed or those injured in the crash.

The hurts came after frictions between alt-right demonstrators and counter-protesters at Charlottesville’s Emancipation Park, where white patriots had strategy a Unite the Right rally to preach for white people and protest the removal of a statue of a Confederate general. An additional 15 traumata from the rally itself have also been reported, is in accordance with CBS News.

A graphic video, captivated on Periscope and shared to Twitter, shown in the scaring time when the car slams into the crowd.

The crash happened several hours after theUnite the Right rally was broken up by police. We met groupings of fighting, the person filming narrates, as the crowd chants the motto our streets and moves around two motionlesscars. A instant subsequently, a third vehicle barrels through the crowd, slamming into people and the cars onward, casting organizations piloting as marchers holler. A moment eventually, the car goes into change and backs away from the scene.

Another angle, from a distance, shows the car intensifying into the crowd.

The driver of the car is in police detention, according to the Associated Press. The operator, a gentleman, has not been identified.