Super Bowl Parade Shooting Began As Argument Between Groups Of Teens

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During the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade in Missouri, a conflict escalated into a shooting, resulting in one fatality and 22 injuries. Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas briefed the media on Thursday about the ongoing investigation. According to Police Chief Stacey Graves, there was no indication of terrorism or domestic violent extremism linked to the incident. Graves highlighted the commendable response of law enforcement and civilians during the crisis.

Graves expressed gratitude to those who apprehended a suspect at the scene. The police have detained three individuals, including two minors, and recovered multiple firearms. However, no charges have been filed as the investigation continues, and authorities are urging witnesses to provide any relevant information.

The victim who lost her life, 43-year-old Lisa Lopez-Galvan, a local radio DJ and mother, was mourned on KKFI radio station’s Facebook page.

The 22 injured individuals received medical attention at nearby hospitals, with half of them being under the age of 16.

 

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