The Las Vegas Strip Will Go Dark Tonight In Honor Of The Route 91 Massacre

Today marks a grim anniversary for the biggest mass taking pictures in American historical past. One 12 months in the past right this moment, Stephen Paddock murdered 58 people and wounded over 400 extra when he opened fireplace from a resort suite overlooking the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas.

After over a 12 months regulation enforcement continues to be struggling to discover a motive for the assault. Paddock took his life shortly after reigning down his hail bullets. In reminiscence the tragic occasion, Las Vegas is holding a second silence and darkness this night.

One Year Later…

At 10:01 native time in Las Vegas, all marquees on the strip will go darkish to honor the victims the assault. The governor Nevada has additionally ordered that each one flags be flown at half mast tomorrow.

The Las Vegas Strip Will Go Dark Tonight In Honor Of The Route 91 MassacreThe Las Vegas Strip Will Go Dark Tonight In Honor Of The Route 91 Massacre
Mandalay Bay, the place Paddock opened fireplace on Oct 1, 2017.

The police are internet hosting a dawn memorial for the victims and a prayer vigil is scheduled for just a few hours later.

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