Police Chase Breaks Out During Chiefs Super Bowl Parade
A police chase broke out during the Chiefs Super Bowl parade.
On Wednesday morning all of Kansas City came out to celebrate their team’s championship-winning victory over the San Francisco 49ers.
Unfortunately, things quickly took a scary turn.
As the parade was progressing, a vehicle smashed through the barriers and onto the route.
By a stroke of good luck the parade itself had not began yet, so the odds of injuries were drastically reduced.
After the fact, Kansas City police released a statement revealing that they used the PIT maneuver to stop the suspect in the vehicle, and that two total suspects were arrested.
Oh my god a car flew threw the barriers ON THE KC PARADE ROUTE and a chase ensued down the route, hope nobody got hurt pic.twitter.com/cG54Y3oUf5
— TOM MARTIN (@LetItFlyTom) February 5, 2020
A video taken shows the vehicle driving on the parade route being chased by cops.
At one point, the driver of the vehicle drove in reverse to get away from police.
BREAKING: A police chase broke out on the Chiefs Kingdom Champions Parade route. We’re working to learn more about the circumstances. pic.twitter.com/rGwr8c1z5m
— 41 Action News (@41actionnews) February 5, 2020
According to Kansas City Police, no one was injured as a result of what transpired.
“As far as we can tell, there are no injuries,” the department said in a statement.
“Great work by our officers!”
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