Las Vegas police released body camera footage Wednesday that for the first time takes viewers inside a Mandalay Bay security control room shortly after the Route 91 Harvest festival attack.
A police officer’s camera catches a distraught man frantically trying to find his girlfriend after watching someone die in the latest release of public records from the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting.
More than 10 months after the mass shooting on the Strip, Las Vegas police on Wednesday released another batch of records from the Oct. 1 tragedy.
Read the final report from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department on the Oct. 1, 2017, shooting at the Route 91 Harvest festival.
“We have not been able to definitively answer the ‘why,’” Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo said Friday at a news briefing to discuss the department’s final report on the Oct. 1 shooting on the Las Vegas Strip.
Local officials had only praise for the police response after viewing footage this week that showed two officers holding their position in a hallway one floor beneath the Oct. 1 gunman for nearly five minutes as he fired into the Route 91 Harvest festival.
Newly released body camera footage shows one established triage area where victims with gunshot wounds were sent the night of Oct. 1, and the struggle to tend to their injuries with limited resources.
In newly released body camera footage, two Las Vegas police officers can be seen holding their position in a hallway one floor beneath the Oct. 1 gunman as rounds are continually fired into the concert crowd below.
Mandalay Bay security guard Jesus Campos shows his leg wound to the first officers arriving on the 32nd floor in the latest body camera footage released by Las Vegas police from the Oct. 1 attack.
In four separate Las Vegas police videos from the night of the Oct.1 shooting, officers are instructed to turn their body cameras off.