‘Praying for Kansas City’: 1 Dead, 8 Children Among 22 Shot at Chiefs’ Super Bowl Parade

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A Super Bowl celebration for the Kansas City Chiefs came to a tragic end Feb. 14, as gunfire erupted at the parade leaving one person dead and at least 21 others injured, including eight children.

Police have taken three people into custody.

Nearly a million people had gathered to celebrate the Kansas City Chiefs at a homecoming victory rally at Union Station. And then, shots fired.

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The gunfire began just as the Super Bowl champs were leaving the stage.

“All of a sudden people started crushing forward, everybody started running. There was screaming. We didn’t know what was happening but when people run you run,” said one witness.

Officers with guns drawn were seen running through the crowd. One video appeared to show Chiefs fans chasing a suspect and taking him down. While another video showed law enforcement tackling a different person to the ground.

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One person, 44-year-old Lisa Lopez Galvan, a mother of two, beloved local disc jockey and diehard Chiefs fan, died during surgery after being shot. Multiple others were injured.

First responders treated victims on the ground while ferrying numerous patients on stretchers to waiting ambulances.

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