Local DJ Shot Dead at Super Bowl Parade

(WatchDogReport.org) – Lisa Lopez-Galvan, a local DJ, was one of the victims of the shooting that occurred at the conclusion of the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade, according to officials. The host of Taste of Tejano on KFFI was 43 years old.

According to the latest reports, the shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade was due to an escalating personal conflict. Three minors have been taken into custody by the authorities concerning the shooting, and the probe is continuing to identify their roles as well as any other potential perpetrators.

Missouri Police Chief Stacey Graves said during a press conference that twenty-two individuals, ranging in age from eight years old to forty-seven, were injured by gunshots. Graves noted that some of the victims were minors.

According to Chief Ross Grundyson of the Kansas City Fire Department, fifteen of the victims had life-threatening wounds, and six had less serious injuries. In a tweet on social media on February 15, KFFI made the announcement that Lopez-Galvan had been killed.

Lopez-Galvan, whose DJ handle was Lisa G, was an outgoing and dedicated mother, according to Martha Ramirez and Rosa Izurieta, two childhood friends employed with her at a temp agency. According to Izurieta, Lopez-Galvan went to the event with her husband and their adult son, who was also wounded.

Lopez-Galvan started presenting Taste of Tejano in 2022, and her profile on KFFI’s website states that she has been a private DJ for over 15 years.

As stated in her biography, Lisa found joy and vitality in music. She believed people could “get away” emotionally and psychologically with their preferred music. And for some, music even serves as a therapeutic tool.

Lisa Lopez works at the Kansas City Star and has known Lopez-Galvan for a long time. She stated that Lopez-Galvan had been the most beautiful and wonderful person she had ever met.

According to NFL.com, two juveniles have been officially charged in connection to the shooting.

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