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UPDATE | All shooting patients discharged from CMH; 3 patients remain at University Health

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Posted at 8:07 AM, Feb 15, 2024

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Those across the Kansas City region woke up Saturday morning with heavy hearts as they continued to process Wednesday’s mass shooting outside of Union Station.

LINK | Complete KSHB 41 coverage of Union Station shooting

At a news conference at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Kansas City, Missouri, Chief of Police Stacey Graves said Wednesday's shooting stemmed from a dispute between several people and was not believed to be connected to terrorism. She did not elaborate on the relationship among those involved in the dispute.

Graves said two juveniles remain detained from yesterday's shooting. A third person reported in custody Thursday night has been released. Police have until Thursday afternoon to present a case for charges with the Jackson County Prosecuting Attorney's office.

The FBI is partnering with KCPD on a website to allow people to submit information.

Jackson County Prosecuting Attorney Jean Peters Baker tweeted Thursday morning that she will use "every tool at (her) disposal" to address this tragedy.

Injured parade goers

Late Wednesday night, radio station KKFI posted that one of its DJs, Lisa Lopez-Galvan, died in the shooting.

As many as 23 other people — including nine children — were injured from gunfire. Additional people were reported injured as part of the event but not necessarily due to gunfire.

University Health (as of 8:14 a.m. Sunday):
12 patients total (eight gunshot victims, four victims injured in the incident but not by gunfire)
1 patient remains in critical condition
2 patients are listed as stable
All other patients have been discharged

Children's Mercy (as of 11:22 a.m. Saturday):
12 total patients received (9 gunshot victims, three others injured but not by gunfire. Ages range from 6 to 15 years-old)
All patients were discharged by Saturday morning

University of Kansas Health System (as of Thursday morning):
2 patients total (1 gunshot victim, 1 trampling victim). Both remained hospitalized Thursday

Saint Luke's Plaza (as of 8:19 a.m. Sunday):
5 patients total (1 shooting victim, four others injured but not by gunfire)
The gunshot patient's condition is stable and is progressing. The four other injured individuals were treated and released the same day.

KSHB 41 also learned that one shooting victim was transported via ambulance to North Kansas City Hospital, according to Steve Hoeger, the chair of the Mid-America Regional Council Health Care Coalition and the director of corporate emergency management and compliance.

Support for students, families

Thursday marked the return to school for many students across the area, most of which had canceled class Wednesday so students could attend the Chiefs Champions Victory Parade.

Several school districts have offered messages of support for students, families and staff as they unpack Wednesday’s shooting.

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Check back throughout Thursday for continuing updates on this developing story.