Published: Sat, February 08, 2020
Sport | By Ruben Hill

Chiefs fan says he took 'NFL hit' in parking meter collision

Chiefs fan says he took 'NFL hit' in parking meter collision

Kansas Police says two suspects are now in custody.

When the players get off of the parade, the party will roll into a rally at Union Station.

This allowed the department and members from the Clay County Sheriff's Office to deploy Stop Sticks to blow out the vehicle's tires.

Television coverage for the Super Bowl champions will start at noon ET on KSHB-TV Kansas City and the NFL Network.

The green sedan broke through the barrier on the north end of the end of the parade route in the River Market area, police said.

The reigning Super Bowl MVP shared footage of himself in an Instagram story pumping some iron.

Police gave chase and tried in vain to stop the vehicle several times before finally nailing the auto with a pit maneuver and commanding the driver and passenger to exit the automobile at gunpoint. The arrest happened around three hours before the parade began, and no one was injured.

All the police officer did 'is point and laugh, ' Bell said.

"We have even more heroes to cheer today", Lucas said.

"We congratulate the Kansas City Chiefs on a great game and fantastic comeback under tremendous pressure".

When the Chiefs team did eventually hit the streets, good times were had.

Wind chills in the teens didn't deter fans like Dana Reynolds, of Holt, who has been a Chiefs fan for more than 30 years.

Hundreds of thousands are expected to flood downtown Kansas City despite a predicted winter storm.

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