Over 20 people were hurt and at least one person died in a gunshot at a Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl rally.

What we know so far

  • At the conclusion of Wednesday’s Chiefs victory parade and rally in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, shots were fired.

    The individual who was shot and killed at the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl win party on Wednesday has been identified. Three individuals were detained by the police while they investigated the shooting’s perpetrators and motivation.

    The victim’s family identified her as Lisa Lopez-Galvan, a well-known person in the city’s Hispanic community as well as outside.

    Lisa Lopez-Galvan’s sister Carmen Lopez Murguia told NBC News that her sister was slain in the shooting that happened close to the Kansas City Chiefs victory celebration on Wednesday.

    Shots were fired at around 2:00 p.m. CT, injuring at least 21 additional persons, eight of whom were considered “life-threatening,” according to investigators. Eleven or more of those

  • Chiefs safety Justin Reid called the shooting “SAD” in a post on X and said “we cannot allow this to be normal.”

    Three people have been detained, but police have not identified them or announced any charges or that they have been arrested. Firearms were recovered, Kansas City Police Chief Stacey

    “When are we going to fix these gun laws?” defensive end Charles Omenihu wrote in an X post. “How many more people have to die to say enough is enough. It’s too easy for the wrong people to obtain guns in America and that’s a FACT.”

    Star Tight End Travis Kelce and Quarterback Patrick Mahomes also said they were heartbroken and praying for Kansas City.

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