Two suspects in custody following car chase that disrupted Super Bowl parade
KANSAS CITY, MO - Two suspects are in custody after the Super Bowl parade was interrupted by a car chase along the parade route.
According to ESPN, the incident occurred Wednesday morning, around 8:12 a.m. when the car broke through a barrier.
Video footage from local television stations showed police apprehending the car before spinning it around and wedging it in with a second police cruiser.
The car was then surrounded and the driver arrested.
Police say the driver is under investigation for impairment and though two suspects have been arrested, a motive has yet to be revealed.
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