BREAKING: FBI seeks third shooter in Kansas City Super Bowl Parade shooting after eyewitness comes forward

"One of the shooters had to be around 13."

The FBI is reportedly seeking a third shooter in the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Parade shooting. Two teens have already been arrested and charged as adults, though their identities have not been released. Those two teens have been charged with "gun-related offenses" and have been unwilling to cooperate with the investigation.

One woman was killed in the shooting and 30 were injured, including many children. Eyewitnesses have "come forward with new details of a potential third suspect who they claim they saw holding a gun moments after Lisa Lopez-Galvan, 44, was shot dead at the scene on February 14," The Daily Mail reports.

The eyewitness has asked to remain anonymous, but spoke to Daily Mail on that condition, saying "My daughter and I were visiting family in Kansas, and she's a huge Chiefs fan so we went to the parade – it was her first time ever going to something like that.

"A fight breaks out around five to ten feet from us, and I didn't realize it at the time because I just thought they were all little punks. One of the shooters had to be around 13.

"The guy had the gun at his hip, and was shooting from the hip into the crowd. The first victim, the lady who died, she was shot in the leg, and they just carried on shooting.

"As we're moving, there was a guy to my right, his chest exploded, and there were bodies just piling up around me.

"Two cops then got between the gunman and the woman who was shot in the leg, they were really heroic, trying to protect her. The shooters had pistols and one had an AK-47 with a banana clip and collapsible stock.

"This guy was about four feet from me with his gun out and I just wanted to find my daughter. She was trampled in the crowds but she's okay."
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