Over 59 people dead and 527 injured — Las Vegas shooting

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Others in the city stepped up to donate blood for the victims.

"I have no idea who I operated on", said trauma surgeon Dr. Jay Coates. "As far as potential threats like terrorists, shooters, the focus is simply not there".

Who was he working with?

A total of 23 weapons were found in Paddock's hotel room, including a.223-caliber and a.308-caliber.

"There was so many people, just normal citizens, doctors, cops, paramedics, nurses, just off duty". "It's a lot of police everywhere". It is time for the US to look inward and acknowledge they have a gun problem.

Crime scene tape surrounds the Mandalay Hotel after Paddock's deadly rampage on Oct. 2.

. On Sunday night, virtually every available employee rushed back to work to be confronted with unimaginable carnage. The photos show semiautomatic assault-style rifles on the floor and on furniture. "MGM Resorts has increased its level of security to add to the level of comfort and safety of our guests and employees". Tuwana Milhouse said she wasn't bothered. Gun barrels expand as they heat up, and the bullet can lose contact with the grooves that spin it and keep it point-forward.

"I think they got it under control", Brittingham said.

'We were the lucky ones. Four died, 40 were released, 12 were in critical condition and eight were in surgery. Word travelled very fast. "Yes, we did", said Patricia Flores of Spokane, Washington, "but we decided to come anyway".

Last year, the trauma centre had a training drill in which staff practised receiving patients after a fictional mass shooting at a concert. "We can't understand what happened". He was likely monitoring foot traffic in the hallway. Everything you have been told about active-shooter scenarios goes out the window. At Sunrise, Mr Kihuen said, more than 90 of the 190 patients had no identification.

"This world is becoming the kind of place I am afraid to raise my children in", he wrote.

He was described as a "lone wolf" with no known links to terrorist organizations. He was not believed to be connected to any militant group, Lombardo said. We must continue to fight for love. "I'm sad for the loss", she said. "I can tell you it's a very sick man and he was a very demented person", Trump said.

"That's the one in this one, and we are not there yet", FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe said. He also says their information suggests that Paddock had been in the hotel room since Thursday.

After listening to recordings taken during Sunday night's shooting, some experts say the gunman could have used a fully automatic weapon or a semiautomatic weapon that was modified to increase its firing speed.

"My biggest fear is that it will inspire copycat style attacks", he said. Read Aldean's message and five more developments below.

"Go that way, get out of here!"

So-called Islamic State claimed on Monday to be behind the attack, saying Paddock had converted to Islam some months ago.

His brother was equally mystified.

While Paddock appeared to have no criminal history, his father was a bank robber who was on the FBI's most-wanted list in the 1960s.

President Donald Trump is planning to visit Las Vegas on Wednesday to meet with survivors and law enforcement officials.