Patrick, Brittany Mahomes visit victims of tragic Kansas City parade shooting

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and his wife Brittany took time Friday to visit shooting victims at the team’s victory parade in the hospital. The February 14 parade celebrating the Chiefs’ victory over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl 58 was marred when shots were fired as 1 million individuals attended the parade.

Patrick and Brittany Mahomes visited the Children’s Mercy Hospital on Friday to spend time with several young victims. The superstar quarterback and his wife spent time with the Reyes family. That family’s two daughters were both shot in the legs. Both girls underwent surgery to repair the damage.

“We want to give a personal thank you to the staff of Children’s Mercy Hospital and Patrick and Brittany Mahomes for their outpouring care, love, and support,” the Reyes family said in a statement.

One woman was killed and 22 children were injured in the incident.

While victims recovered in the hospital, two juveniles were charged with crimes relating to the shooting. The two unnamed juveniles juveniles were charged Thursday. They are being detained in the county’s Juvenile Detention Center “on gun-related and resisting arrest charges.”

A press release issued by the police said it is “anticipated that additional charges are expected in the future as the investigation by the Kansas City Police Department continues.”

The incident put a tragic end to the day of celebration in Kansas City. The Chiefs had won their second consecutive Super Bowl and third in five years. Prior to the shooting, Patrick Mahomes said the Chiefs were not done. He said they would be motivated to play for a three-peat in the 2024 season.


Related Posts

Insider Says Maple Leafs Could Leverage Marner Into A Trade

Forcing Mitch Marner into a trade could be a delicate situation for the Toronto Maple Leafs. If the team has ultimately decided that it’s best to move on from…

Matthew Knies Should Be A Lock For The Top-Six Next Season

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports Originally posted on TheLeafsnation  |  By Shane Seney  |  Last updated 5/8/24 Matthew Knies had a coming-out party during the first round of the Stanley…

Rangers star snubbed in Hart Trophy voting after career-best season

The best player on the best NHL team is not a Hart Trophy finalist. No, Artemi Panarin, who scored more than 17 percent of the Presidents’ Trophy-winning…

How Much Would Wіnnіng the Drаft Lottery Chаnge the Wіld’ѕ Outlook?

Image courtesy of Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports The theme for the Minnesota Wild since their inception has been being stuck in the middle of the NHL standings….

Juraj Slafkovsky Scored A Superb Goal Against The Americans

The World Championship hasn’t started yet, but Juraj Slafkovsky is doing well. Very well, in fact. The man who finished the season with a bang with the Habs is a…

Elliotte Friedman Is Interested In The Canadiens’ Lottery Position

This is it: D-Day is here. Tonight, the Canadiens will find out where they’ll have the chance to draft their first-round pick next month. I say the Habs,…

Trả lời

Email của bạn sẽ không được hiển thị công khai. Các trường bắt buộc được đánh dấu *