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More police body cam video shows aftermath of deadly Vegas shooting

LAS VEGAS - WARNING: The footage and language heard in this video may not be suitable for all audiences. Cries, screams, and shooting can be heard in the background.

Metro Police released 16 more video files Wednesday showing agony, uncertainty, tedium and courage during and after the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

The newly released police body camera videos show officers arriving to Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino after learning that the shooting is coming from one of the hotel windows.

One body camera video shows an officer driving in his squad car to join another team of officers outside the scene of the hotel. In the video you can hear other Metro Police officers speaking over the radios informing fellow officers on the way to the scene that there are multiple gunshot victims.

Attendees of the concert can be scene helping each other walk and run away from the scene as officers take cover and prepare to run onto the festival grounds, while officer direct people to flee the concert venue as they slowly and methodically approach the venue.

One can be heard yelling, "If you can run, RUN!"

WARNING: The footage and language heard in this video may not be suitable for all audiences. Cries, screams, and shooting can be heard in the background. There's no audio the first 30 seconds of the video.

 

At one point during the chaotic scene, an officer is heard saying, "We can't worry about the victims. We have to stop the gunman." 

During a time when the rapid gunfire stops, an officer is heard saying, "there hasn't been a round for about 5-minutes so he might be reloading."

Dispatch conveys to the teams moving in that it's coming from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay; rooms one through five. Then you hear an officer or dispatcher saying over the radios, that "we also have a security guard shot in the leg on the 32nd floor."

Officer heard on the police radio: "It sounds like it's confirmed there are at least two shooters with fully automatic weapons."

Another officer states over the radio, "I've got an officer with a gunshot wound to the neck."

In another video, Metro Police officers can be seen moving as a group through the streets in the areas by the Luxor and New York, New York. People can be seen lying on the ground taking cover in the area of the escalators to the overpass bridge.

Once they enter the casino area they can be heard yelling to patrons to put their hands up in the air.  

WARNING: The footage and language heard in this video may not be suitable for all audiences.

 

Also on one of the videos released SWAT teams can be seen searching stairways and offices of Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino.

The mass shooting on Oct. 1, 2017, left 58 people dead and hundreds of other injured.

Some recordings include radio references to 911 calls about gunmen at other casino resorts, where authorities say reports turned out to be false.

The disclosures are the latest in a series of document, video and audio releases dating to May 2.

Records to date have not provided Stephen Paddock's motive for shooting from the Mandalay Bay hotel at concertgoers below, before killing himself.


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