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Newly-released video-and audio-recording of the panic and fear in the audience, who found themselves under the fire of the shooter, Stephen Paddock; chief correspondent Jonathan Hunt reports from Los Angeles, california.
Next, the two-year anniversary of the tragedy in Las Vegas and a mass shooting on Dec. 1, officials with MGM Resorts have announced that the to Las Vegas, the Village will be transformed into a community sports center, with a commemorative plaque in honor of the 58 victims.
The hospitality group has unveiled its plans on Tuesday, but it is not quite that of a timeline for a new building on the now-shuttered the festival site.
“We know that a lot of people in the village will be forever linked to the tragic loss of life that took place on October 1,” MGM said in a statement shared with KSNV. “We will never forget all the victims and all those affected by that night. As the second anniversary draws near, we will continue to do our best in order to be a part of the community effort to continue to heal and move forward.”
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In this file photo, the Mandalay Bay hotel & casino, which reflects the last sunlight of the day along the Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada.
MGM said that they are planning to build a community and athletic center and hope that they will be used for the indoor kids, soccer, football and high school basketball tournaments, and as a practice space for a WNBA team, the Las Vegas Aces.
“It was important for us that the long-term use of the property of the community, in a way,” MGM officials said in the room.
At this point, is the area’s most popular Village, can be used as a parking lot for Alaska, Stadium, KSNV reports. The $1.9 billion stadium under construction for the NFL’s Oakland Raiders, as the team is moving to Sin City this next year.
MGM Resorts, the owner of the site on Route 91 and ground, and the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, where a man in a high-rise suite, and opened fire on the crowd of 22,000 in October. 1, 2017.
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58 people have been killed and hundreds more wounded in the deadliest shooting rampage in modern U.S. history.
In January, the FBI revealed that they had closed a little more on Stephen’s Track is the mysterious motive for the attack, it had to be the day of the shooting.
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Make the most of what the office is closed, it is already well known. Paddock, acting alone when he planned and carried out the attack, Aaron Rouse, the special agent in charge of the FBI’s Las Vegas office, said. The 64-year-old fatally shot himself as police arrived at his suite in the hotel.
Fox News is Ryan Gaydos and the Associated Press contributed to this report.