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UPDATE 11:42 A.M. EST: Sheriff Lombardo just confirmed 58 people have died and 515 are injured. Something has changed in this country and in this world lately that is scary to see. "And it was realized that this was not the case, that it was gunshots", said a spectator, Monique Dekerf to CNN.

An officer in the street described seeing scores of victims with life-threatening injuries using his police radio.

In a press conference, police said they had now completed investigations at Paddock's properties.

Kearney, who was one of thousands of concertgoers, added, "People kept dropping and dropping.People were getting shot one foot away from us". Police warned the death toll may rise.

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"They're shooting right at us, guys - everybody stay down", one policeman can be heard saying on camera.

Rhonda LeRocque of Tewksbury was shot while at the concert with her husband. The police also found explosive material in his car and home. Lombardo said, "We learned from Columbine, PULSE, other mass shootings to focus on taking suspect down instead of focusing on perimeter".

"It sounded like fireworks". People were trying to save their friends. When asked why the cameras were set up in the hall, Lombardo said, "I anticipate he was looking for anybody coming to take him into custody".

Vigils for the victims were held throughout the valley.

Officials met her when she arrived as Los Angles and whisked her out of a side door in a wheelchair.

The suspected shooter's brother, Eric Paddock, said the family was stunned by the news.

"We have an active shooter".

'I was fine - I wasn't panicking too much and it felt safe enough to move between the bar and the kitchen but they cleared the casino floor in our hotel which I think is pretty unprecedented'. The United States has experienced many shootings in recent years, but none has as many killed as Las Vegas.

Police believe the shooter converted his semi-automatic weapon to an automatic weapon, using a process known as bump-firing. "Each and every one of you are and will forever be in our prayers".

Las Vegas's casinos, nightclubs and shopping draw some 3.5 million visitors from around the world each year and the area was packed with visitors when the shooting broke out shortly after 4am Irish time.

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