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1 dead, 20 injured in Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade shooting in Kansas City

The number of shooting victims is currently under investigation.



Update: According to officials, one individual has succumbed to injuries, and at least 21 others have been wounded in a shooting in Kansas City, Missouri, following the parade and rally celebrating the Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory.

Kansas City Police Chief Stacey Graves announced during a media briefing on Wednesday that three suspects have been apprehended, referring to the shooting as a “tragedy.”

According to Kansas City police, the shooting occurred west of Union Station, near the garage, as Chiefs fans were departing. Approximately 1 million attendees were anticipated at Wednesday’s celebration.

Original Report:

Stacey Graves, the Kansas City Police Chief, verified that at least one individual lost their life in a shooting that occurred at the conclusion of a celebration following the Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory.

The shooting took place on the west side of Union Station.

Upon arrival, officers apprehended two individuals and promptly provided assistance to those injured.

Officials are uncertain about the precise number of wounded individuals but estimate it could be between 10 to 15, according to Graves.

She also mentioned that she currently lacks further information about the victims’ conditions and does not believe any of them were children.

According to Kansas City Police Chief Stacey Graves, an investigation into the shooting incident at the Kansas Chiefs Super Bowl rally is currently underway and is in its initial stages.

Law enforcement is actively clearing the surrounding areas near the incident.

Mayor Quinton Lucas stated during a news conference that all Kansas City Chiefs players, coaches, and staff are safe and have been accounted for following the shooting at the conclusion of the Super Bowl celebration rally.

Police Chief Stacey Graves also mentioned that over 800 law enforcement officers were present at the event to ensure public safety.

This is a developing story that will be updated when more information is available.