A fire broke out at the home of the Kansas City Chiefs an hour after their big win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday night.
The Chiefs secured their spot in the Super Bowl with a 23-20 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship Game. And, according to KMBC reporter Jason Kurtz, a large fire erupted around Gate 6 just an hour removed from the final result.
Fortunately, no one was seriously hurt as the Kansas City Fire Department extinguished the blaze expeditiously, plus fans had begun making their way out moments after the Chiefs won.
So, big results for both the Kansas City Chiefs and the Kansas City Fire Chief.
The Bengals and their fans had done a lot of talking ahead of Sunday’s game, with the Cincinnati mayor even throwing shots at the Chiefs, referring to their home stadium as “Burrowhead.”
But it’s KC going to the Super Bowl, though the Bengals will rue a number of controversial calls which went against them.
After the match, Travis Kelce had some choice words for the mayor, which the latter has since responded to. The tight end is now set to face his brother Jason Kelce and the Eagles in Arizona at the Super Bowl in two weeks.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.