Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Victory Ends in Parade Shooting


 As fans gathered to honor their team’s Super Bowl triumph, gunfire erupted, leaving 22 injured and claiming the life of one woman. The parade shooting has brought the issue of mass shootings into the national conversation, once again.

What started out as a joyful celebration following the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory transformed into a scene of chaos and tragedy.

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Parade Shooting Victims

Among the victims 22 victims were eight children who were wounded in the gunfire.

A Facebook post Wednesday evening identified Lisa Lopez-Galvan as the woman killed in the shooting.

She was a mother of two adult children. And worked as a disc jockey for the community radio station KKFI and co-host of the program “Taste of Tejano,” featuring Hispanic music.