Mother of Two Killed in Shooting at Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Victory Parade

A tragic incident unfolded during the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory parade, as a mother of two and devoted fan lost her life in a shooting. Lisa Lopez-Galvan, a local DJ and beloved member of the community, succumbed to a gunshot wound to her abdomen during surgery at a nearby hospital, according to sources close to her family.

Lopez-Galvan, in her mid-40s, resided in Shawnee, just an hour southeast of the parade’s location. She was known for her vibrant personality and had a significant impact on the lives of those around her. As a disc jockey for community radio station KKFI and co-host of Tejano Tuesday, she shared her passion for Hispanic music with her listeners.

The shooting incident, which occurred at the end of the victory parade, resulted in one confirmed fatality and left 22 others injured, including nine children. It remains unclear whether Lopez-Galvan’s death is the one confirmed by the Kansas City police or if it marks a second murder. Her adult son also suffered a gunshot wound, and one of her two cousins, believed to be minors, sustained injuries amidst the chaos.

Lopez-Galvan’s Facebook page, filled with messages of hope and prayers for her recovery, reflected the concern and support from friends and well-wishers. Her love for the Kansas City Chiefs was evident, as she passionately cheered for her team leading up to their historic Super Bowl win on Sunday.

Three individuals have been taken into custody in connection with the shooting, as the investigation continues. The Kansas City Police Department has refrained from confirming Lopez-Galvan’s identity as the victim until her family has been notified.

Author: CrimeDoor

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