As Kansas City, Missouri, continues to reel from the aftermath of the tragic mass shooting that occurred at the end of the Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade, authorities are piecing together a timeline of events that left one person dead and 22 injured.

Less than 30 minutes after the parade concluded at Union Station on Wednesday, gunfire erupted near the stage where Kansas City Chiefs players and coaches had addressed the crowd, according to authorities.

Three suspects, including two juveniles, have been taken into custody, Kansas City Police Chief Stacey Graves said at a news conference Thursday.

The mass shooting left a total of 22 people shot, including one fatality, according to Graves, who said the victims’ ages range from 8 to 47 years old. At least half of the victims are under 16, he said.

Firefighters said the victims included eight critically injured and seven seriously injured.

This is how the shooting unfolded, according to authorities.

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February 14, 11:00 am: parade begins

The Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade began around 11 a.m. local time and concluded at Union Station, where players and coaches gave speeches beginning at 12:45 p.m. local time.

2:00 p.m.: Police confirm the shooting

At 2:02 p.m. local time, police confirmed that shots had been fired west of Union Station and shared a statement on X: “Shots have been fired around Union Station. Please leave the area.”

PHOTO: People take cover during a shootout at Union Station during the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl LVIII victory parade, Feb. 14, 2024, in Kansas City, Missouri.

People take cover during a shootout at Union Station during the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl LVIII victory parade, February 14, 2024, in Kansas City, Missouri.

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At 2:09 p.m. local time, police shared an update saying, “We are releasing everyone inside Union Station.”

2:13 p.m.: 2 suspects arrested, multiple victims run over

Kansas City Police shared an update on

Approximately 2:30-2:40 p.m.: Governors of Kansas and Missouri are evacuated

Kansas Governor Laura Kelly shared a statement on X at 2:27 p.m. local time, confirming that she had been safely evacuated.

“I have been evacuated and am out of danger,” she wrote.

Missouri Governor Mike Parson’s official X account shared a statement at 2:48 p.m. local time saying he and First Lady Teresa Parson were “safe and secure.”

PHOTO: Fans leave the area after shots are fired following the Kansas City Chiefs' victory celebration in Super Bowl LVIII, Feb. 14, 2024;  Kansas City, Missouri.

Fans leave the area after shots were fired following the Kansas City Chiefs’ victory celebration in Super Bowl LVIII, February 14, 2024; Kansas City, Missouri.

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3:15 p.m.: 1 victim confirmed dead, 3 in critical condition

In the initial count, the Kansas City Fire Department confirmed that one person had died and three victims were in critical condition following the shooting.

Several people were seen being transported on stretchers at the active scene, and the department spokesperson noted that the initial count did not include people without a hospital appointment.

3:45 p.m.: Chiefs players and coaches confirmed safe, casualty count rises to 15

During the first press conference after the shooting, Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas confirmed that all Chiefs players, coaches and staff who attended the Super Bowl parade were safe.

Police Chief Stacey Graves said during the first news conference that about 15 people were injured in the shooting.

5:30 p.m.: 22 people confirmed shot, 3 suspects detained

During the second news conference held by authorities after the shooting, Graves said the victim count had risen to 23 people, including children, and one person dead.

PHOTO: Police clear the area after a shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs' NFL football Super Bowl celebration in Kansas City, Missouri, on February 14, 2024.

Police clear the area after a shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs’ NFL football Super Bowl celebration in Kansas City, Missouri, on February 14, 2024.

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Graves noted that authorities detained three people for investigation and firearms were recovered from the scene.

“We have recovered firearms,” ​​he said. “I don’t have your number or caliber. We have recovered firearms.”

6:30 pm: Radio DJ confirmed as shooting victim

On Wednesday night, Kansas City radio station KKFI 90.1 confirmed that one of its DJs, Lisa López-Galván, was killed in the shooting.

“This senseless act has taken a beautiful person from her family and this KC community,” the station wrote in a statement on Facebook.

February 15, 10:30 a.m.: Police say the shooting stemmed from a dispute.

During a news conference Thursday morning, Graves said the shooting stemmed from a dispute.

Graves said three suspects, including two juveniles, have been detained and no charges have yet been filed. Several weapons were recovered from the scene, Graves said.

10:30 am: Police confirm the ages of the victims.

During the press conference, Graves revealed that the victims’ ages range from 8 to 47 years old. At least half of the victims are under 16, he said.

Firefighters said the victims included eight critically injured and seven seriously injured.

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