Kansas City mass shooting timeline: How the Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade ended in tragedy

As Kansas City, Missouri, continues to reel in the aftermath of the tragic mass shooting that rang out at the end of the Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade, authorities are piecing together a timeline of events that left one person dead and 22 injured.

Less than 30 minutes after the parade at Union Station concluded on Wednesday, gunfire erupted near the stage where Kansas City Chiefs players and coaches had addressed the crowd, according to authorities.

Three suspects — including two juveniles — have been detained, Kansas City Police Chief Stacey Graves said in a press conference Thursday.

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The mass shooting left a total of 22 individuals shot, including one fatality, according to Graves, who said the victims’ ages range from 8 years old to 47 years old. At least half of the victims are under the age of 16, she said.

Fire officials said the victims included eight critically hurt and seven seriously hurt.

This is how the shooting unfolded, according to officials.

Feb. 14, 11:00 a.m.: Parade begins
The Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade began around 11 a.m. local time and concluded at Union Station where players and coaches gave speeches that began at 12:45 p.m., local time.

2:00 p.m.: Police confirm shots fired
At 2:02 p.m., local time, police confirmed shots were fired west of Union Station, sharing a statement on X, “Shots have been fired around Union Station. Please leave the area.”







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