Updates: Kansas City Shooting, 21 shot, another killed, 3 in custody

The shooting rampage killed at least one person and left at least 21 other people with gunshot wounds, police said. Travis Kelce, Patrick Mahomes and Kansas City Chiefs teammates ‘heartbroken’ after parade tragedy

According to NBC, at least two people shot outside Union Station during the Chiefs’ victory celebrations yesterday are in critical condition in the hospital, hospitals confirmed today. At least 21 other people were injured, eight of them with “life-threatening” injuries, when shots were fired at about 2 p.m. CT, authorities said. At least 11 of those injured were aged between 6 and 15.

University Health said in a statement before 9:30 a.m. ET that eight people were being treated there for gunshot wounds, while four others are bring treated for other injuries.

“The victims brought here from the Union Station incident are being treated by the best trauma specialists in the city. All of our hearts go out to the victims and their families,” it said in a statement.

Separately, Saint Luke’s Hospital said today it was treating four people with minor injuries and one with a gunshot wound. In an earlier update, the hospital said the gunshot victim was in a critical condition.

Three suspects are in jail; information about motive has not been released yet but criminal rather than terroristic motives are being theorized. .

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