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Shots during the Super Bowl victory parade

Shots were fired at the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl victory parade. According to police, one person was killed and up to 15 others were injured. It is still unclear whether the crime is connected to the parade.

The Kansas City Chiefs' big parade after their fourth Super Bowl title was overshadowed by a serious incident. Shots were fired on the sidelines of the event.

The police assume one fatality and ten to 15 injuries. Police Chief Stacey Graves said this at a press conference in Kansas City, Missouri. Two armed suspects were arrested.

The event site was evacuated

Television images showed how the event site was evacuated. According to police, the shots were fired near the train station near a parking garage. It is unclear whether the crime is connected to the victory parade.

The team around star quarterback Patrick Mahomes had previously been loudly cheered by thousands of fans along a 3.22 kilometer route through Kansas City. Players and coaches traveled in a red double-decker bus. Since many schools remained closed for the day, there were also many children among the fans.

The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers 25:22 after overtime in Las Vegas on Sunday in an exciting National Football League final. The Chiefs had previously won the Vince Lombardi Trophy in 1970, 2020 and 2023.

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