Clark County has stopped releasing autopsy reports for all 58 victims of the Oct. 1 mass shooting, despite a district judge’s ruling that the reports are public records.
Clark County expects to create a database of everyone who attended, worked at and responded to the Route 91 Harvest music festival by early January, Assistant County Manager Kevin Schiller said.
A group of about 150 survivors of the Oct. 1 Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting delivered a recurring message Tuesday: “What about us?”
Henderson resident Shannon Fleming is raising money for Las Vegas shooting victims on her website, wtfclothing.net, but she doesn’t know what to do with the money.
Victims of the Las Vegas shooting will have to apply to receive money raised on their behalf and might have to wait six months for payment, a victim-compensation expert told the Review-Journal.
They road-tripped from Southern California, or jetted from as far as Massachusetts or Canada, bound to see their favorite country musicians play on the Las Vegas Strip.
No date has been set for when millions of dollars donated for the victims of the Las Vegas mass shooting will be distributed, but major steps forward in planning should be taken this week, Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak said Sunday.
Clark County commissioners and staff will meet with representatives of a Washington D.C.-based nonprofit Thursday to determine how best to deliver donated money to victims of the Route 91 Harvest Festival mass shooting, County Manager Yolanda King said.