Part four of the Review-Journal’s five-part podcast series “Critical Condition: Accounts from One October” is available now.
Part three of the Review-Journal’s five-part podcast series “Critical Condition: Accounts from One October” is available now.
When two Las Vegas police officers met Jovanna Calzadillas on Oct. 1, 2017, she was a lifeless body in the arms of her husband. The rush to save her was on.
The unthinkable has already happened. Las Vegas police are working to prevent it from happening again.
Twenty-one Community Ambulance employees who were on scene when gunfire erupted at the Route 91 Harvest festival were honored in Henderson Monday morning.
While records show that misuse of a hospital code known as “internal disaster” by University Medical Center contributed to confusion after the Oct. 1 mass shooting, little has been done to prevent a recurrence of the episode.
On Oct. 1, 2017, hundreds of heroes sprung into action in Las Vegas after the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting. Many were police or EMS. Many were ordinary people.
Among hundreds of officer’s reports released this week, one stood out with its extraordinary detail and insight into what it was like to be an officer on duty the night of Oct. 1.
Footage from bus surveillance cameras obtained by the Review-Journal revealed the quick-thinking drivers ferried their passengers to safety amid the chaotic mix of gunfire, speeding emergency vehicles and panicked concertgoers seeking refuge.
Jesus Campos, the Mandalay Bay security officer shot in the leg by the Strip gunman, is no longer staying at an MGM Resorts property.