“We are all grieving with (Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department) and everyone affected by this horrific attack”, Zimmerman tweeted.
The suspected assailant, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock, of Mesquite, Nevada, died of what is believed to be self-inflicted gunshots. He was found dead in his Mandalay Bay hotel room after shooting down onto the crowd of festival-goers from his window.
Almost 60 people had died as of Monday afternoon in a terror attack late Sunday night at a country-music festival. “The line to donate blood is out the door at United Blood Service”. He said he does it simply because he has blood other people need. And as usual after a modern tragedy, most fundraising for Las Vegas is taking place online through crowdfunding sites. “We expect to be called upon and stand ready to assist immediately with emergency shipments”.
Several employees of San Diego country music radio station KSON were also at the concert.
“What we ask for is blood”, Goodman said at a Monday morning news conference.
Godman and other survivors say the scenes from Las Vegas overnight remind them of June 12, 2016. Three county fire officials “were struck by gunfire and sustained non-life threatening injuries”, the October 2 release states.
Sisolak said he anticipates the hundreds of victims and their families will need all sorts of help in the coming days, weeks and months.
“It’s a pretty easy process”. In terms of the number of deaths, the incident has already been the deadliest shooting in United States history with 58 confirmed dead as of early Monday evening.