Las Vegas Newspaper Finds Heroes from the Horror of October 1, 2017

People flee from the Route 91 Harvest country music festival in Las Vegas Nevada amid reports of gunfire there and at a nearby hotel

People flee from the Route 91 Harvest country music festival in Las Vegas Nevada amid reports of gunfire there and at a nearby hotel

President Donald Trump responded Monday to the mass shooting in Las Vegas that left at least 50 dead and 200 injured by tweeting his "warmest condolences and sympathies to the victims and families". As Heather is a surgeon, she realized her husband was dying as she performed CPR. Well, as of 12:57 am Monday morning October 1, 2017 I am now well acquainted with both awful things, a hated day and a hated person. "He taught me what it meant to be an honest, motivated, driven, loving man".

Beck said the department was "horrified" by the scenes of the mass shooting but also "uplifted" by the response of first-responders and many concert-goers and public safety employees who "went from concert-goer to life saver in a split second". "She's raised four handsome children", Klymchuk's grandmother Margaret told the paper.

A Tennessee man who lost his son in the Las Vegas massacre recently shared an emotional, open letter about his grief over the "hero" his family lost and his anger over the "coward" who killed him. It's a nightmare no amount of drugs, no amount of therapy and no amount of drunk talks with your war veteran buddies will ever be able to escape.

A smiling Burditus, of Martinsburg, West Virginia, posted a Twitter selfie of herself with her beaming husband, Tony, at the concert just hours before she died. I don't know what to say.

"There is no way of putting the loss of an incredible husband, father, son, brother, cousin, uncle and friend into simple words", a friend wrote on one of two GoFundMe pages set up in Fraser's memory.

Ontario Police Department officer Michael Gracia. Another concertgoer posted on Facebook on Sunday night that McIldoon had "died in [her] arms".

- Dana Gardner, 52, was a deputy recorder-county clerk in San Bernardino, where she had worked since 1991.

The shooting at a country music festival left at least 58 people dead and more than 515 injured, making it the deadliest mass shooting in modern United States history. The Manhattan Beach Unified School District said Casey was "loved by students and colleagues alike and will be remembered for her sense of humor, her passion for her work, her devotion to her students, and her commitment to continuing her own learning".

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They travelled to Las Vegas to see their favourite stars, posting videos and photos to social media.

They were school teachers and youth football coaches, real estate agents and local business owners.

Jessica Klymchuk, 28, of Valleyview, Alberta, was a librarian and the single mother of four children, Canada's Globe and Mail reported. The two Newport Beach employees were hurt but are expected to survive, said Jennifer Manzella of the Newport Beach Police Department. The other officer suffered minor injuries.

The Los Angeles Fire Department was facing similar circumstances, according to spokesman Peter Sanders, who responded via email.

Beck said he knows the officer, who was shot in her lower leg, well. "He was my best friend", Travis was quoted as saying.

Jenny Parks and her husband Bobby were both in attendance at the Vegas concert.

As is usually the case, Las Vegas was teeming with Southland residents Sunday night. "A senseless, horrific, act, and a awful loss for so many. As we grieve, we pray that God may provide comfort and relief to all those suffering".

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