Tragic Shooting Claims Life of Kansas City DJ and Mother of Two During Chiefs’ Super Bowl Celebration

The station announced Lisa Lopez-Galvan’s death on Facebook, stating that she had been a radio DJ for KKFI.Paul Mauro: “You always plan for the worst”

Former NYPD Officer Paul Mauro, on ‘The Story With Martha MacCallum,’ responds to reports of shots being fired near the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Parade.

On Wednesday, as shots rang out a radio DJ who was devoted to the Kansas City Chiefs and a die-hard fan of his team was shot dead. At least 22 other people were injured during the celebration of the NFL team’s victory.

In a Facebook post, the KKFI community claimed that Lisa Lopez Galvan, a DJ at the radio station, was murdered in a senseless act.

In the post, it read: “It is with a heavy and sincere heart that we inform our communities that KKFI’s DJ Lisa Lopez, host of ‘Taste of Tejano’, who was killed at today’s KC Chiefs rally, in KC has died.” We send our prayers to her family. Anyone who believes they may have seen anything should contact law enforcement.

Kansas City Chiefs fans fled the area after shots were fired during celebrations of the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl win in Kansas City, Mo. on Wednesday.

The post continued, “This senseless act has taken a lovely person away from her KC Community and family.”

The Kansas City Star has confirmed that Lopez-Galvan died in a gunshot that occurred at the end of the parade in Kansas City Union Station. Authorities released a statement in which they confirmed one death but did not mention Galvan by name.

Lopez Galvan’s death was confirmed by her friends in the newspaper. Reports indicate that she died during surgery after an abdominal gunshot.

Lisa Lopez (who is not related to The Star) said: “She was an amazing, beautiful woman.” Lisa Lopez, who is The Star’s executive administrator assistant and was also a DJ around the area played at weddings.

After a shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Celebrations in Kansas City (Mo. ), EMS (left), took a stretcher back to Union Station. on Wednesday.

Beto Lopez, her brother, is a disc jockey at KKFI. He is president and CEO of the Guadalupe Centers.

Lopez Galvan, who lived in Shawnee, Kansas, with her husband, two children, and multiple Facebook posts, shows her support for the Chiefs after they won their second Super Bowl in a row.

Other victims’ names have not been released yet. The gunfire began around 2 pm, local time near the Union Station Parking Garage. Over 800 police officers were in the area. 11 of the 22 victims should be able to recover.

Quinton Lusc, the Mayor of Kansas City, stated that all Chiefs players, staff, and their families were safe.

In Kansas City, several people were injured during celebrations for the Chiefs Super Bowl victory.

The celebration was marred by violence. Lucas said: “This is an absolute tragedy.”

In an official press release, Biden urged lawmakers to tighten the gun control laws.

It’s time to act. “That is my position,” said he. “And I request that the nation stands with me.” “Make your voice heard in Congress so we can ban assault weapons, restrict high-capacity magazines, strengthen background checks, and keep guns out of the hands of those who don’t have the right to possess or handle them.

Gunfire erupted last year near the Texas Rangers World Series Championship parade. Last year, gunfire erupted near the Texas Rangers World Series Championship Parade.