At Mandalay Bay, you can gamble, party in Light nightclub, relax at a man-made beach and attend gatherings in its massive convention center. Now, it’s also the place where a heavily armed gunman rained terror on concertgoers across the street in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
Strip resort and tourism leaders aren’t ready to talk about whether the mass shooting carried out by a gunman perched in a Mandalay Bay hotel room Sunday would affect plans for the “America’s Party” New Year’s Eve celebration.
The windows used by the Las Vegas Strip gunman in Sunday night’s massacre have been covered.
Stephen Paddock’s victims will likely struggle to win compensation from the Mandalay Bay for physical and psychological damage, a lawyer who represented the victims in the 1990 Columbine massacre said.