More personal items being released to Route 91 concertgoers

LAS VEGAS - More Route 91 concertgoers are being allowed to pick up personal items they may have left behind when fleeing from the concert during the Oct. 1 shooting.

Clark County Emergency Manager John Steinbeck announced belongings from Section C of the concert area are now available for pick-up at the Family Assistance Center. Items from Sections A and B have already been available for collection.

The Family Assistance Center is located at the 3150 Paradise Road in the convention center's south hall.

Steinbeck also emphasized the services available to anyone who was at the concert.

"You do not have to have been injured at this event," he said. "We have services for you available at the Family Assistance Center."

Services include lodging, travel, medical, legal, counseling and spiritual. Nearly 1,100 people have received help at the center since it opened.

The phone number for the center is (702) 455-AIDE or 1(833) 299-AIDE. 

The FBI also has a link with information that might be helpful to people who were at the shooting.

 

 


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