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Wednesday, December 13th, 2017 07:53 PM

Las Vegas covered in Gun Shots and Emergency, death polls counts 50!

Las Vegas covered in Gun Shots and Emergency, death polls counts 50!World


Las Vegas, at a musical concert a sudden firing terrified the audience leaving many injured in firing scenes on October 1st, 2017.
406 people were injured in after a shooting in Las Vegas near Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino Sunday killing 50 under firing shoot by the attacker, Clark County Fire Department officials confirmed to NBC News.

After declaring an emergency scene near the casino, Police started the investigation and had a report of an active shooter inside or outside the casino, but the search is still on

 People tend to the wounded outside the festival ground after an apparent shooting on October 1, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Located on the south end of Vegas, Mandalay Bay near the airport when attacked with gunshots all the flights were held and dismissed for a while out of the airport.The final night of the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival was taking place across the street from Mandalay Bay when the reported shooting took place.

Jon Bessette said he was attending the Route 91 music festival when he heard gunshots around 10:00 p.m. “The band ran off stage and it was pandemonium,” Bessette said. “Everyone was running, people were getting trampled.”

According to local media reports, one police officer has also been gunshot and dead at the emergency scenes and tweets are publishes to avoid the dangerous area for the localities. Multiple people have been injured and rushed to the hospitals because of the same scenes.

 There are reports of an active shooter around the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.

“We believe the individual killed himself,” said Sheriff Joseph Lombardo of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department on CNN.

The Las Vegas police said Monday that 50 people were killed and 406 people had been taken to the hospital. The police identified the gunman as Stephen Paddock, 64. Sheriff Lombardo said the police were seeking “a companion” named Marilou Danley, and the authorities later said they were “confident” they had located her.

Concertgoers who witness this heartwrenching event live said. “Everyone was running, you could see people getting shot,” Gail Davis, one of the witnesses, said. “I’ve never been that scared in my life,” she added. “To have this happen, I can’t wrap my mind around it.”

“It just kept coming,” one of the witnesses, Robyn Webb, told The Las Vegas Review-Journal. “It was relentless.”




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