7:13 AM PT -- Police say a search of the vehicle revealed no weapons ... and they claim there were no indications of this being a terrorist attack.
Cops added that the driver is currently under investigation for impairment ... although a motive for the incident is still unclear.
A Kansas City PD spokesperson said the parade route is "once again secure" ... and the Chiefs' title celebration is expected to continue later today.
Unbelievable moment at the Chiefs' Super Bowl parade Wednesday ... a car blew through barriers and led cops on a wild police chase before it was ultimately halted by a PIT maneuver.
The crazy scene just went down minutes ago in Kansas City ... where, according to witnesses, a silver sedan plowed into the parade route and drove through it at high speeds.
Car chase that just happened outside the Westin @fox4kc @kmbc pic.twitter.com/LDAhkeKmVz— Logan Moore (@Loganmoore00) February 5, 2020
Car chase that just happened outside the Westin @fox4kc @kmbc pic.twitter.com/LDAhkeKmVz
You can see in the video, at the end of the chase, the beat-up car was hopping curbs and avoiding officers ... until one cop car finally stopped him with an epic PIT move.
The scene was chaotic ... 'cause once the driver's vehicle was disabled -- DOZENS of officers ran to rip the suspects from the car.
Oh my god a car flew threw the barriers ON THE KC PARADE ROUTE and a chase ensued down the route, hope nobody got hurt pic.twitter.com/cG54Y3oUf5— TOM MARTIN (@LetItFlyTom) February 5, 2020
Oh my god a car flew threw the barriers ON THE KC PARADE ROUTE and a chase ensued down the route, hope nobody got hurt pic.twitter.com/cG54Y3oUf5
According to at least one witness, the driver was cuffed on the scene. Kansas Police says two suspects are now in custody.
"As far as we can tell, there are no injuries," a spokesperson for the police dept. says. "Great work by our officers!"
The championship celebration parade is expected to begin in just a couple hours.
Originally published -- 6:47 AM PT
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