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Las Vegas musician recounts leading group to safety during shooting

Las Vegas musician Bryan Hopkins tells how he and others eluded the shooter’s bullets during the Route 91 Harvest music festival Oct. 1, including taking refuge in a refrigerated compartment and later making dash to safety.

Mandalay Bay security guard skips TV interviews after Las Vegas shooting

Union official tells Review-Journal that the security guard who first encountered mass shooter Stephen Paddock was preparing to give interviews on Thursday when he left his Las Vegas hotel, possibly to seek medical attention.

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School health workers leaped into fray of Las Vegas shooting

After Sunday’s shooting on the Strip, up to 200 school psychologists, nurses, counselors and social workers responded to a request for assistance from local authorities. For some, the experience was “very raw … very emotional.”

Marine vet who rescued Las Vegas shooting victims gets a truck

The last time Taylor Winston was in Las Vegas, the Marine veteran was shuttling shooting victims to the hospital — in a stolen pickup truck — following the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting.

 
Cabbie who picked up Las Vegas shooting victims: I’m no hero

A Las Vegas cabbie who drove five passengers to safety the night of the mass shooting on the Strip is tired of being framed as a hero. “There were so many other people who put themselves in harm’s way,” Cori Langdon said. “I just stumbled upon it.”

Dana White to honor first responders with free tickets to UFC 216

UFC president Dana White plans to honor the heroes and victims of the mass shooting in Las Vegas at UFC 216 and wants as many first responders as possible to be there to witness the event in person.

Injured Las Vegas officer helped others during Strip shooting

Bleeding from the neck, a wounded Las Vegas police officer guided several people to safety Sunday with his partner. Meanwhile, his twin, who is also an officer, was called in to work, not knowing if his brother was alive or dead.

6 British soldiers jumped in to help Strip shooting victims on Sunday

British Troopers Ross Woodward, Chris May and Stuart Finlay planned on a night of drinking and gambling in Las Vegas to blow off some steam following six weeks of rigorous training alongside their American counterparts at Fort Irwin, California.