Super Bowl: Mother of two children died from the shooting in Kansas – PHOTO – VIDEO – 2024-03-10 10:27:59

New details are coming to light about the tragedy in Kansas, USA, after the end of the famous American football Super Bowl, when gunmen opened fire on fans celebrating the victory of the Chiefs team, killing one person and injuring 21, according to the data so far.

A mother of two who worked as a DJ is dead in the tragic shooting at the end of the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory parade in Kansas, CNN reports, according to a post by KKFI 90.1 FM radio. . Lisa Lopez-Galvan, radio producer with her own show, has died.

“It is with sincere sadness and heavy and broken hearts that we announce that KKFI DJ Lisa Lopez, host of Taste of Tejano has passed away,” the station said on Facebook.

“We are absolutely devastated at the loss of such an amazing man who gave so much to KKFI and the KC community,” the station said.

Police have not released details about her death.

The moment the crowd disarms one of the attackers:

According to the latest information from CNN, 21 people have been injured in the shocking attack, 11 of whom are children between the ages of 6 and 15. American officials said that at least nine of the wounded are hospitalized in critical or serious condition, while the number and motive of the attackers remain unclear so far.

The police are looking for the motive of the attack

Police are trying to determine who opened fire and what motivated the shooting that killed one woman and injured more than 20 people at the end of the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory parade, sending red-shirted fans running to escape the gunfire or tend to others on the ground as police swarmed the area.

About 1 million people gathered just yards from Union Station in downtown Kansas City, Mo., for the Kansas City Chiefs’ championship comeback parade on Wednesday (02/14/2024), with players to still be on the scene when chaos erupted amid the sound of gunfire.

Many people were shot, including children, authorities said.

Three people were arrested as officers arrived at the scene, according to Kansas State Police Chief Stacey Graves, who added that weapons were found at the scene, but did not say how many. As of Wednesday night, no charges had been announced and no suspects had been named.

As the investigation continues, many unanswered questions remain: how many people opened fire during the event, how many shots were fired and what motivated the violence that turned a day of celebration into tragedy.

“I’m angry about what happened today,” Kansas City’s police chief said Wednesday. “People who came to this celebration should expect a safe environment.”

Police are collecting photos and videos, interviewing witnesses and asking victims questions, Graves said. The FBI is also involved in the investigation.

In fact, they have also created a website and are asking anyone with digital evidence that could help in the arrest of this unimaginable tragedy to send it to the website.

Super Bowl: Mother of two children died from the shooting in Kansas - PHOTO - VIDEO

“We have a lot of work ahead of us, this is only the initial stage but we are moving as fast as we can,” he said.

Police have not yet identified the person who died in the shooting.

The incident was the 48th mass shooting in the United States this year, according to the Gun Violence Archive.

Authorities are still working to determine the total number of victims, Graves said Wednesday. CNN spoke to four hospitals that received a total of 29 patients from the shooting, 19 of whom had gunshot wounds.

Children’s Mercy Hospital admitted 11 children between the ages of 6 and 15 from the shooting scene, 9 of whom were shot, according to hospital spokeswoman Lisa Augustine.

Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas said the shootings “will not be forgotten.”

A few hours after the brutal attack, US President Joe Biden issued a statement expressing his sadness and once again emphasizing the need for tougher measures to limit gun ownership.

According to newsit, Joe Biden condemned the incident through a statement issued by the White House.

“It is time to act. There I stand. And I ask the country to stand with me. To make your voice heard in Congress so we can finally act to ban firearms, limit high capacity magazines, strengthen background checks, keep guns out of the hands of those who have no business owning them or manipulate them,” Biden said in a statement released by the White House.

“To have that joy turn into tragedy today in Kansas City cuts deep into the American soul. Today’s events should move us, shock us, shame us into acting. What are we waiting for? What else should we see? How many more families must be broken up?’

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