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Metro Police release 911 calls from 1 October

LAS VEGAS - Screams and pleas for help, descriptions of people falling amid rapid gunfire, and breathless questions about what to do next emerged Wednesday in 911 audio made public by Las Vegas police eight months after the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

In addition to the 518 audio calls, police released video from a camera atop the Mandalay Bay resort that provided a bird’s-eye view of the country music festival where 58 people died, and hundreds were injured on Oct. 1. 

8 News Now Reporter Shakala Alvaranga has the story.


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