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DJ and Beloved Mom Lost Lives in Kansas City Chiefs Celebration Shootouts in Kansas

DJ and Beloved Mom Lost Lives in Kansas City Chiefs Celebration Shootouts in Kansas

A tragic incident occurred during the NFL team’s victory celebration, where a radio disc jockey and passionate Kansas City Chiefs fan lost their life. The celebration was marred by gunshots, leaving at least 22 others injured.

In a recent Facebook post, the community radio station shared the heartbreaking news of DJ Lisa Lopez-Galvan’s tragic passing, describing it as a truly senseless act.

“We regretfully inform our community that Lisa Lopez, the beloved host of ‘Taste of Tejano’ on KKFI, tragically lost her life today during the shooting incident at the KC Chiefs’ rally,” the post expressed with deep sorrow and a profound sense of loss. “Our thoughts are with her family during this difficult time. If anyone believes they witnessed something, we urge them to contact law enforcement at 816-234-5111.

According to The Kansas City Star, Lopez-Galvan, a mother of two, tragically lost her life in the shooting that occurred at the conclusion of the parade at Kansas City’s Union Station. Officials provided an update where they confirmed the unfortunate loss of an individual, without disclosing the specific identity.

Friends informed the newspaper about Lopez-Galvan’s passing. According to reports, she tragically passed away during a surgical procedure at a hospital due to a gunshot wound to her abdomen.

Lopez-Galvan, also known as “Lisa G,” was a disc jockey for KKFI and co-hosted the program “Taste of Tejano,” which showcased Hispanic music, according to the newspaper. Beto Lopez, the president and CEO of the Guadalupe Centers, happens to be her brother.

Lopez-Galvan, who was in her mid-40s, resided in the peaceful suburb of Shawnee alongside her loving husband and two children. On her personal Facebook page, she proudly shares numerous posts and images expressing her support for the Chiefs, who recently clinched their second consecutive Super Bowl victory.

The identities of the other victims of the shooting have not been disclosed. An incident occurred around 2 p.m. local time near the Union Station parking garage while a significant number of police officers were present in the vicinity, according to authorities. Out of the 22 victims, 11 were children and fortunately, they are expected to make a full recovery. Police have also recovered at least one weapon.

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