Live updates as police investigate the gunshot during the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade 

Investigators are piecing together details of a shooting during the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl victory parade. 

The incident occurred outside Union Station, a historic depot in downtown Kansas City.

Gunfire sent people fleeing, resulting in 21 wounded and the death of a local DJ. 

Police detained three individuals and confiscated multiple firearms. 

The interim Fire Chief reported varying degrees of injuries, including some to children. 

Lisa Lopez-Galvan, a radio host and mother of two, was among those killed. 

The shooting happened despite heavy security presence with over 800 law enforcement officers. 

Videos captured chaotic scenes of people seeking shelter and acts of bravery among the crowd. 

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