Needless to say, this story will continue to evolve. But this latest info is chilling to say the least.
Sources say that the shooter’s companion warned people at the Mandalay Bay concert, “You’re all going to die!”
According to local reports Marilou Danley, one of the suspects in the Mandalay Bay shooting was warning people:
You're all going to die.. pic.twitter.com/skGmOgz9MI
— 🇺🇸Michelle #MAGA 🇺🇸 (@chrgdup1973) October 2, 2017
Here is a video of a young lady who was confronted by Danley:
Las Vegas concert goer says a woman told her and group of friends, “you’re all going to die tonight,” 45 minutes before shooting. pic.twitter.com/EHFpNRHKvu
— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) October 2, 2017
Consider the planning that went into this massacre.
Did Stephen Paddock target this particular event, or was he going to shoot from his perch no matter what? And if indeed his companion, Marilou Danley warned people, then the massacre was obviously planned.
This Marine working security gives an update on the situation post-shooting:
The Marine describes the carnage saying that they carried 4 people to the medical area, that quickly became a triage hospital. One man was shot in the head, a lady shot in the leg, another in the side. He said that two people were trampled. These were just a few of the reportedly 200 injuries. Keep in mind that the current body count is 50 dead.
What would provoke a person to do such a thing is what most of America wants answered at this moment.
This shooting is certainly a way to get America’s minds off football, which had been the biggest story of the weekend.
As expected, the president tweeted on the shooting:
One man describes a friend of his taking three bullets to the chest. Red State reported:
I can’t even begin to voice the horror that must come from standing next to a friend, hearing rapid gunshots, and then hearing the friend say, “I’m hit.”
That’s how it unfolded for Mike Cronk, a survivor of the terrifying Vegas strip shooting that is now being called the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history, with over 50 dead and around 200 wounded.
Cronk describes the ensuring chaos, and how he, with the help of several others, got his friend out of the area.
Also, with no ambulances available, they managed to get four wounded individuals into the back of a truck and took them to the hospital on their own. Unfortunately, not all of those injured survived. Cronk tells that at least one of the injured passed away in his arms.
We will update, as more information continues to come in.
Update: This woman describes the event. Check out what she says about the police.
“A metro officer, who I owe my life to…actually covered me up to protect me from being shot,” Las Vegas shooting witness says. pic.twitter.com/X0KxOqgaKL
— CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) October 2, 2017