Body-Cam Video Released from the Tragic Las Vegas Mass Shooting Scene

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Paddock's still-stunned brother Eric Paddock said he suspects the money was to take care of Danley. "First and foremost, thank you to the first responders".

More than 22,000 people were attending the outdoor music festival when the gunman rained bullets from a high-floor hotel room of the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip, the police said. Asking everyone to please avoid the area. A motive is not yet known.

He said: 'We were in Planet Hollywood and people started running towards us saying there was a shooter on the loose and that they'd heard shots.

"I have no idea who I operated on", said Dr Jay Coates, a surgeon at the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada. The shooting was the deadliest in U.S. history.

Two of the people killed in the attack had Massachusetts ties. "And it was realized that this was not the case, that it was gunshots", said a spectator, Monique Dekerf to CNN.

Trump refrained from addressing the unproven IS claim of responsibility, or calls for gun control and the White House said it would be "premature" to reopen the US debate on tighter gun restrictions. The Los Angeles, San Diego and Anaheim stops on his current They Don't Know Tour have since been nixed, with refunds being made available.

The Las Vegas gunman who carried out America's deadly shooting set up cameras inside and outside the hotel room he opened fire from.

Caleb Keeter, a guitarist for the Josh Abbott Band, who was also there Sunday night, said the experience changed his political views on gun laws.

Many artists at the festival sought shelter backstage and have been communicating with fans on social media.

During the news conference, the police department also released body camera video recorded by officers responding to the shooting.

The leaked images, which were first published by MailOnline, provide a striking insight into the sheer number of weapons the 64-year-old had amassed in the days before he opened fire.

Keith Urban, Vince Gill and some of country music's biggest stars took the stage to share their grief.

President Erdogan condemned the incident as a "terror" attack and offered condolences to the families and loved ones of the victims. This is an active investigation.