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Chiefs parade shooting: What we know right now

At least one person is dead and 22 people injured after a shooting at Union Station, marking a quick and tragic end to the Kansas City Chiefs' victory parade and rally. The shooting victim was identified as local radio DJ Lisa Lopez-Galvan. Kansas City police have detained three suspects in connection with the shooting.

As of Wednesday evening, one person is dead and 22 have sustained gunshot injuries. Even more people were injured in the rush to get out of Union Station after the shooting started. Kansas City Police say they’re still collecting information on victims. Children’s Mercy Hospital says a few of the injured are children.

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