KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) – The Kansas City, Missouri Police Department said there were a total of 23 children who were temporarily lost during today’s celebration.
All of them were reunited safely with their families.
The previous coverage is below for your reference if you still need it.
The Kansas City Police Department has set up nine reuniting sites for anyone lost during the Chiefs Parade, which began Wednesday at noon and turned into a rally at Union Station around 1:45 p.m.
Are you at the parade and missing a child? We have identified more children who have been separated from their parents/guardians. Please contact the officer closest to you to find out where you can meet.
— kcpolice (@kcpolice) February 15, 2023
The police department said:
“There will be nine child reunification locations along the route, as indicated on the map. Go to the closest one if you have separated from your child. Children taken to the tents will remain there for no more than 30 minutes before officers take them to a warmer location.”
The reunification sites are at:
- 10 and Walnut
- 11 and Locust
- 13 & Grand, T-Mobile Center side
- 16 and McGee
- 17 and Walnut
- 18 and main
- 20 and McGee
- Northeast of OK St. and Main St.
- Southwest of Pershing and Grand
Check out the map above, which also notes reunification sites.