Authorities in Las Vegas Release More Documents from October 2017 Shooting Investigation

Las Vegas police release eyewitness accounts of mass shooting

Police release witness accounts in Vegas shooting massacre

The footage showed Paddock's body and a number of assault-style weapons and ammunition lying about the hotel suite.

Las Vegas police on Wednesday released a trove of eyewitness reports of last year's mass shooting on the Vegas Strip, considered to be the deadliest in modern US history.

He wasn't the only one in that spot who needed to get to a hospital.

Police and the FBI have not determined a motive in the ongoing investigation.

The documents were court-ordered to be released to the public.

The victim was walking through the parking lot when another man pulled a gun out and shot him, police said. "He [kept] on staring at me", the housekeeper said. "Lock the door, your door was open". She told police that Paddock seemed angry about the 1990s standoffs at Waco, Texas, and Ruby Ridge in Idaho. Paddock was easy to deal with, and he always paid his debt promptly, the host said.

"At the time, I just thought "strange guys" and I wanted to leave", said the woman.

Other witnesses told police Paddock came off as an introvert who only discussed gambling and traveling - but never politics, religion or guns.

One woman interviewed by police said she sat in the booth of a diner eating dinner a few days before the shooting and overheard a man in the next booth she subsequently recognized as Paddock.

Police and Federal Bureau of Investigation have yet to find a motive for the shooting which killed 58 concertgoers and injured hundreds more on October 1, 2017. She made a decision to play dead.

More than 1,000 pages of documents released Wednesday give some insight into the gunman who killed 58 people a year ago in the deadliest mass shooting in modern United States history.

Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call the North Las Vegas Police Department at 702-633-9111 or to remain anonymous, Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.

One woman said she pleaded with a friend to get up, but her friend wasn't moving and her lips had turned blue.

A couple of seconds later, um, I fell to the ground and I couldn't feel my arm.

Her friends got her to a street where a limousine driver took them to a hospital where she remembered people in hallways on stretchers and hospital staff unable to take names of patients because there were so many of them.

Earlier this month, the department released video footage of officers entering the room in which the shooter, Stephen Paddock, had barricaded himself.

The police department opposed releasing the information, calling the public records request costly and time-consuming.

The documents released Wednesday detailed terror, confusion and compassion among people helping the wounded after gunfire rained from a 32nd floor hotel room on a crowd of 22,000 people attending the Route 91 Harvest Festival concert on the Las Vegas Strip.

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