Kansas City’s Children’s Mercy Hospital announces ALL patients treated there after the shooting at Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade have been discharged and appreciates all those who donated

Flowers, signs and other items are gathered in front of Union Station - the site of the shooting


Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City has announced that all patients admitted after the horrific shooting at the Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade on Wednesday have now been discharged.


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A mother of two was killed and 22 people were injured by gunfire on Wednesday afternoon, when shots erupted amid the throng of fans gathered at a rally outside Union Station after a parade through the city.

Police said a dispute may have led to the shooting, which happened despite the presence of more than 800 police officers.

Police Chief Stacey Graves said Thursday that victims ranged from ages 8 to 47, with half under 16. Eleven children were taken to Children’s Mercy Hospital, nine of them with gunshot wounds, an official said.

All but one child had been released by Friday but that last victim has now also been discharged.

University Health also released an update on Saturday and revealed they are still treating three shooting victims, one of whom is in critical condition.

On Friday it was announced two teenagers have been charged as juveniles, despite a prosecutor previously saying they would be accused as adults.

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The suspects, who remain unidentified by authorities, are charged with gun-related offenses and resisting arrest, said The Jackson County Family Court division.

A third juvenile initially believed to be involved has since been determined to not been connected to the shooting and was released.

The slain woman was identified by radio station KKFI-FM as Lisa Lopez-Galvan, host of ‘Taste of Tejano.’

Lopez-Galvan, whose DJ name was ‘Lisa G,’ was an extrovert and devoted mother from a prominent Latino family in the area, said Rosa Izurieta and Martha Ramirez, two childhood friends who worked with her at a staffing company.

Taylor Swift, who is dating Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, donated $100,000 to Lopez-Galvan’s family through GoFundMe campaigns.

The popstar, who wasn’t at the rally Wednesday after jetting in to Australia for the next leg of her Eras Tour, made two $50,000 donations to the GoFundMe page set up for Lopez-Galvan’s family.

Kansas City has long struggled with gun violence, and in 2020 it was among nine cities targeted by the U.S. Justice Department in an effort to crack down on violent crime.

In 2023, the city matched a record with 182 homicides, most of which involved guns.

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and his wife Brittany paid a visit two young sisters recovering in hospital.

The NFL star, and his spouse, both 28, were seen posing alongside Melia, 8, and Madison, 10, Reyes at Children’s Mercy Hospital, in photos shared with DailyMail.com on Friday.

The two girls, who were among the 11 children injured, sustained gunshot wounds to their legs and are expected to make a full recovery.

The siblings had been in the crowd with mother, Erika Reyes, who is the cousin of Lisa Lopez-Galvan, the sole victim of the mass shooting on Wednesday.

On Friday the Chiefs finally made a move to support their community as the city tries to recover from the tragedy.

The franchise announced it has set up ‘Kansas City Strong’ with the Hunt family and the NFL supporting the cause with an initial $200,000 donation to kickstart the fundraiser.