It’s been a month since a gunman aimed a hail of automatic gunfire toward thousands of country music fans on the Strip, killing 58 and injuring over 500 more, but the concert grounds have sat as if frozen in time as a large and public crime scene.
A leading aviation consultant has been hired to review the safety of McCarran International Airport’s fuel system after one of its jet fuel tanks was struck by rifle fire during the deadly mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip.
A court order has been blamed for keeping Route 91 Harvest festival vendors from retrieving equipment and merchandise left at MGM Resorts International’s concert venue during the panic of the Strip shooting.
Experts plan to photograph and diagram the Route 91 Harvest concert venue, where 58 people were fatally shot and hundreds were injured, on Tuesday.
The event will start a mile north in front of New York-New York.
But when an FBI agent returned it to her weeks after it was lost in the scramble and chaos of the Oct. 1 shooting, its meaning grew immensely.
Caesars Entertainment’s top executive said his company is seeing a slight downturn in casino play from Asian guests as a result of the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting.
A Georgia man threatened to blow up a Las Vegas Strip music venue “like the guy that blew up” the Route 91 Harvest Festival, court documents show.
When police leave and the Route 91 Harvest festival signage is taken down, property owner MGM Resorts International will have to figure out what to do with the site.
John Rich of Big & Rich says, “I will tell you, I’m sure there will be another Route 91 and I hope they invite us to play in it.”