Las Vegas Concert Shooting:Over 50 Dead, 200 Wounded

LAS VEGAS: A shooter killed no less than 50 people and injured more than 200 others at a blue grass music celebration on the Las Vegas Strip on Sunday, pouring down quick fire from the 32nd story of a lodging for a few minutes previously he was killed by police.

The loss of life, which police stressed was preparatory and speculative, would make the assault the deadliest mass shooting in US history, obscuring a year ago’s slaughter of 49 individuals at an Orlando night club.

A huge number of froze individuals fled the scene, at times trampling each other as law authorization officers mixed to find and kill the shooter. Stunned concertgoers, some with blood on their garments, meandered the roads after the assault.

The suspect was a nearby Las Vegas man who acted alone and was not accepted to be associated with any activist gathering, Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo told correspondents.

The shooter has been recognized by the police as Stephen Paddock. The shooter’s 62-year-old partner, an Asian-American lady distinguished as Marilou Danley, has been found, the police included.