One woman was killed and at least 22 were injured, including eight children, in a shooting in Kansas City, Missouri, on Wednesday.

The shooting followed the parade and rally celebrating the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl win.

The fatality has been identified as DJ Lisa Lopez-Galvan, a host at Kansas City radio station KKFI and mother of two children.

At least seven victims are in critical condition, five are in serious condition and one has non-life-threatening injuries, officials said.

The shooting took place west of Union Station, near the garage, as Chiefs fans were leaving.

“At the conclusion of the rally there were shots fired west of Union Station near the garage and several people were struck,” Capt. Jake Becchina, a spokesperson for the Kansas City Police Department, told the Kansas City Star.

Three suspects have been detained, Kansas City police said.

About one million paradegoers and 600 law enforcement officials were expected at Wednesday's celebration, according to ABC News.