Police report shots fired at Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade

Kansas City Police reported shots fired at Union Station, a culmination point of the Chiefs Super Bowl parade. “Shots have been fired around Union Station,” the Kansas City Police Department’s official X account posted at 3:02 p.m. ET. “Please leave the area.”

Police held people inside Union Station as officers attempted to clear the area and identify the number of shooting victims. Everyone has since been released.

“Shots were fired west of Union Station near the garage and multiple people were struck,” the account updated several minutes later. “We took two armed people into custody for more investigation.

“Anyone nearby needs to leave the area as quickly and safely as possible to facilitate treatment of the shooting victims. Please avoid the Union Station parking garage area to allow first responders through.”

According to NFL Network correspondent James Palmer, the media was escorted away from the station after being told to get under the stage. News-Press sports director Jacob Meikel also identified that military personnel were present in the response to the Union Hall shooting.

This is a developing story. We will update it as we receive more information.