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Stephen Paddock's hotel neighbour details confusion, gunfire — Las Vegas shooting

Stephen Paddock's hotel neighbour details confusion, gunfire — Las Vegas shooting

On the street, residents and tourists alike held up their phones to snap photos of the scene as they walk the famous Strip.

The victims just kept coming.

She arrived in Manila on Sept. 15, flew to Hong Kong on Sept. 22, returned to Manila on Sept. 25 and was there until she flew to Los Angeles on Tuesday night, according to a Philippine immigration official. She was traveling on an Australian passport.

Danley said Paddock had bought her an airline ticket to visit her family and wired her money to purchase property there, leading her to worry he might be planning to break up with her.

"From the very beginning, we have been providing them necessary information that would aid their investigation", Mangrobang said. That is followed by the 32 who died in the Virginia Tech campus shooting in 2007, in Blacksburg, Virginia. "You know, a super yay-hoo that was working out all this on his own".

"The hardest part was just waiting in my room and not knowing for sure what was happening", Conrade told the Emporia Gazette. Republicans who control Congress have made clear they have no intention of taking up gun control measures, such as tightening restrictions on semi-automatic weapons and high-capacity magazines, in the shooting's aftermath. The psychic scars may not.

He said there could be a genetic component to the slaughter: Paddock's father was a bank robber who was on the FBI's most-wanted list in the 1960s and was diagnosed a psychopath.

Paddock had no known criminal history. Treating these massacres as inevitable or beyond the capacity for human problem solving-something that becomes easier when they recede in the news-isn't an option. He later worked for a defense contractor.

"He never left my side at all". He said he'd met "some of the most amazing people" - and had extended some invitations to visit him in Washington.

"No affiliation, no religion, no politics". I couldn't see anything definitively at that point. The injuries mean Smith is in "constant pain", he told CNN's Erin Burnett. "Did this person get radicalized unbeknownst to us?"

"We act on that", he said.

Whether the gunman was a regular at the Mandalay Bay or had a troubled relationship with the city may be a line of inquiry pursued by authorities.

At least 59 dead.

"Breach, breach, breach", an officer said moments before the sound of an explosion. He lived in Mesquite, Nevada, which is 80 miles northeast of Las Vegas.

On his trip from the airport, the president's motorcade drove past the Mandalay Bay hotel where gunman Stephen Paddock fired down into the concert crowd.

"Shoes, baby strollers, chairs, sunglasses, purses".

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump met privately with victims at a Las Vegas hospital Wednesday and then with police officers and dispatchers, praising them and the doctors who treated the wounded. "There were bloodstains everywhere".

In the process of saving those lives, Smith took at least two bullets, one in the arm and another in his neck.

It was suppose to be a relaxing week of reminiscing about years gone by. Amid sirens and volleys of gunfire, people yelled "they're shooting right at us" while officers shouted "go that way!" McMahill said the cameras included one in the peephole and two in the hallway. Lombard said his client was cooperating fully with authorities.