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Video from Las Vegas mass shooting, 911 calls released

Posted at 4:54 PM, Jun 06, 2018

Another large batch of video recorded during and after the Las Vegas mass shooting on Oct. 1, 2017 was released today, along with audio of 911 calls made that night. 

We are combing through the video and audio recordings right now and will release more information as it becomes available.

Video shows the crowd right before Stephen Paddock opened fire on country music fans during the Route 91 Harvest music festival. The video shows people falling, hiding and running. 

Here is part of the raw security video that shows the concert venue minutes before the shooting and what happens as people start to exit. The video does not show close up detail of people's faces and there is no audio.

The video and audio that was released today could be very disturbing to many members of our community. We will only be posting small portions of the many hours of video that was received and will not be posting or airing any of the 911 calls that were made that night. 

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has been releasing related documents, video etc. connected to the worst mass shooting in modern history after being ordered to do so by the court. This is the 5th release.

It was reported earlier today that Sheriff Lombardo announced during a luncheon that he expects a final report to be released in July. Lombardo also said that they do not expect a motive for the shooting to be found.