Fans of sports were happy during last weekend’s Super Bowl, but some families in Kansas City lost loved ones.

When the Chiefs played the 49ers, it was very exciting, and the Chiefs won. There were a lot of popular people there to watch, like Blake Lively, Reba McEntire, and Taylor Swift.

In Kansas City, people were happy and had a parade to kick off the party. Then something terrible happened: someone was shot. One woman died, and at least 20 other people, mostly kids, were hurt.

An awful thing took place at the parade for the Kansas City Chiefs. A popular DJ in the area named Lisa Lopez-Galvan was killed. She was a mom of two and loved football. The whole neighborhood was sad about it.

At the end of the Chiefs’ parade, Sky News says Lopez-Galvan was shot in the stomach. She died, even though doctors tried to help her with surgery. Her close-knit group is very sad about her death.

Lopez-Galvan was famous for having a playful nature and loving music. It was her job as a DJ at KKFI 90.1 FM to lead the popular show “A Taste of Tejano.” On the train stop, many people were very sad about her sudden death and talked about how important she was to the community.

Unfortunately, Lisa Lopez, host of “Taste of Tejano,” died in the killing at the KC Chiefs’ rally, according to a post on Facebook by KKFI 90.1 FM.

The mayor of Kansas City, Quinton Lucas, said he was sad about what had happened. He felt terrible that there was fighting in the town at a time when everyone should have been happy.

The cops are still trying to figure out what led to the shooting. CNN reported that the police have arrested two people and are holding them to question them. It looks like some people were fighting before the shooting began.

Forty people were taken to four hospitals after the shooting. There were 19 of them who had been shot. 11 of the cases were children between the ages of 6 and 15, and 9 of them had been shot.

There is a lot of sadness around about what happened to Lopez-Galvan. On social media, they’re talking about how sad they are and thought of her. Due to her sudden death, many people are shocked and upset. By leaving messages, they’re showing how much they’ll miss having her around the neighborhood.

Lopez-Galvan advised people to tune in to her radio show in her most recent Facebook post. ‘Don’t forget to watch A Taste of Tejano tonight from 8pm to 10pm,’ she suggested. Tell us about your birthday, wedding, or anything else important!”

People are sad about Lopez-Galvan’s death, but they also remember the good times they had with her. They’re considering how she changed their lives.

Friends, family, and coworkers of hers are on our minds during this very sad time.

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