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Gunman had cameras inside and outside hotel room — Las Vegas

09 Octobre 2017

Travelers said at a number of casinos, like the Bellagio and Cesears, crowds rushed in to get off the strip leading to chaos inside.

Police finally blew their way into Stephen Paddock's hotel room 72 minutes after the first emergency calls came in.

Sunday Oct. 1, 2017 - 10:08 p.m.

At this time, police are looking for the shooter's roommate as a person of interest. You'll see that the officers were dealing with some uncooperative citizens at times, but all times they were trying to locate the source of the gunfire as well as evacuate those citizens that were in the line of fire. She was expected back in the speak with authorities investigating the mass murder.

But the sounds of gunfire from videos of the attacks offer a clue.

"Over the last 24 hrs I have gone through lots of emotions", Jason expressed. The gunman, identified as Stephen Craig Paddock, a 64-year-old retiree from Mesquite, Nevada, had as many as 10 guns with him, including rifles, they said.

This article has been updated to reflect a change in the victim death toll.

"Every bed was full", Coates would tell The Associated Press.

"The Gospel of John reminds us that there is no greater love than to lay down one's life for a friend".

Police said Paddock killed himself as authorities stormed his hotel room.

Images posted by US media showed automatic weapons attached to tripods lying on the ground of the hotel room, with scores of bullet casings littering the floor around them.

However, numerous details have surfaced about his background, preparation for the attack and his actions as he carried out the massing shooting.

It was not clear whether he had won or lost money during his betting sessions, the report added.

The National Public Radio (NPR) had on Monday quoted Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Undersheriff Kevin McMahill terming the shooting as an act of "domestic terrorism".

"Breach, breach, breach", and officer is heard saying.

He opened fire on a crowd of more than 22,000 concert-goers from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel, across the road from the festival venue. Some blood donation centers reported an eight-hour wait and Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak reported that on online campaign to secure donations for victims and their families topped $2.5 million by mid-day.

"We've got one suspect down".

"Most hotels in the United States do not have metal detectors". "This tragic and vicious attack on innocent people has claimed the lives of our fellow Americans and devastated hundreds of others who were simply enjoying a country music festival".

Gunman had cameras inside and outside hotel room — Las Vegas