Jason Aldean cancels weekend gigs in wake of Las Vegas shooting

06 Октября, 2017, 20:03 | Auteur: Djeferson Maurice
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Clemson University is taking an extra step to make sure the campus is safe if an active shooting ever happens. "They were doing what they were trained to do".

"Every bed was full", Coates said.

"It wasn't like there was just this one little thing or a look in his eyes", Michel added.

He said the huge, horrifying wounds on his operating table told him this shooting was something different.

"There was so many people, just normal citizens, doctors, cops, paramedics, nurses, just off-duty".

"Is that a firecracker?" a female responded.

"It takes the worst of America to also see the best of America", said Mansholt, who survived the gunfire. And so is gunman Stephen Paddock's brother, Eric Paddock.

"There's nothing I can say. When we thought it was safe to get up, we ran to exits".

Still, some American politicians publicly said the Las Vegas shooting was an act of terror.

"There was cameras located inside of the room and inside of the room, along with the firearms".

Investigators now believe Paddock intended to survive the massacre, Las Vegas police Sheriff Joseph Lombardo said Wednesday.

"I felt him get shot in the back", she told "Anderson Cooper 360". Some had crush injuries from being trampled.

Stephen Paddock bought his one-story, three-bedroom home in a newly built Mesquite subdivision for $369,000, in 2015, property records show. Word travelled very fast.

"When Steve can do this, we are in deep s**t!"

It was a similar scene at Sunrise Hospital on the other side of town. Forget about the NFL.

Casinos must report cash deposits or withdrawals of at least $10,000 to the Treasury Department, according to ABC News.

The killer, Stephen Paddock, was dead when police stormed his room.

Aldean later said via Instagram that he and his band were safe. "Fear, Anger, Heartache, Compassion and many others", he captioned the post. She tweeted: "Its time we stop white privilege and realize".

"I'm human. I make mistakes".

The elder Paddock remained on the lam for nearly a decade, living under an assumed name in Oregon.

Throngs of blood donors lined up for hours to help the wounded.

"It was pre-planned extensively and I'm pretty sure he evaluated everything he did in his actions".

Paddock killed himself as special response team officers broke into the hotel room, police said.

Besides the 10 guns found in the hotel room, police discovered 18 firearms, explosives and thousands of rounds of ammunition at the residence in Mesquite, a town 128 km north of Las Vegas. They also opened a "family reunification center" for people to find loved ones.

As a result of what happened in Las Vegas this week, we have decided to cancel this coming weekend's shows.

The FBI discounted the possibility of international terrorism, even after ISIL claimed responsibility for the attack.

"Quite often, what we experience in our line of work is a citizen thinks it's trivial and they say, 'No, I don't want to bother the police'". His father was a notorious fugitive bank robber.

Eric Paddock in an interview in Orlando, Florida, says his 64-year-old brother once "texted me a picture that he won $40,000 on a slot machine".

Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump called Paddock "a sick man, a demented man".