Kansas City Chiefs parade mass shooting stemmed from dispute, 2 juveniles detained

  • Source: ABC News
  • Published: 02/15/2024 12:00 AM

VIDEO/PHOTOS: The mass shooting that erupted at the end of the Chiefs' Super Bowl celebration in Kansas City, Missouri, appeared to stem from a dispute, according to police. The shooting, in which one person was killed and 22 were hurt, unfolded outside Union Station as Chiefs fans were leaving a parade and rally on Wednesday. More than 800 law enforcement officers were on duty in the area, as 1 million paradegoers were expected to attend the celebration, according to Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas. Three suspects -- including two juveniles -- have been detained, according to Kansas City police. Charges have not been filed yet, police said. Several guns were recovered, police said. The victims' ages range from 8 years old to 47 years old, Kansas City Police Chief Stacey Graves said Thursday.


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