Patrick & Brittany Mahomes Visit Super Bowl Parade Shooting Victims At Children’s Hospital

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Just five days ago, Patrick and Brittany Mahomes were celebrating a Super Bowl victory.

Today, they took time to visit victims of the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade shooting, which happened shortly after the conclusion of the celebration on Wednesday. Mahomes and his wife went to Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri to visit with young kids that had suffered injuries. Of the 23 total victims, it is reported that 9 children were shot when gunmen (now identified as two juveniles) opened fire.

One of the many families that were impacted by the senseless violence was the Reyes family. Their two daughters, ages 8 and 10, were both shot and suffered from gunshot wounds on their legs that required surgery.

Though they will reportedly be okay, both young children have a long recovery ahead of them. They’ll be in casts for the foreseeable future, and will have to undergo physical therapy to regain their mobility.

Their physical injuries will eventually heal, but it’s the emotional impact that will linger. The two girls were there to celebrate and rejoice in the exciting moment, and instead suffered a traumatic experience that will likely change their lives forever.

Patrick Mahomes and his wife Brittany decided that they wanted to help as best as they could, so they stopped in at the Children’s Mercy Hospital to visit the victims and comfort their families. Based on the pictures alone, the visit at least helped to lift the spirits of the children involved in the tragic shooting.

The Reyes family was definitely appreciative, and sent out this message expressing their gratefulness:

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


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