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On This Day: Las Vegas shooting leaves 58 dead

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October 1 marks the fifth anniversary of the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada that left 58 people dead and more than 800 injured. Stephen Paddock opened fire into a crowd of 22,000 country music fans from a hotel room at the the Mandalay Bay casino hotel in 2017. There are still questions about the shooter's motive and the police response.
2 months ago·Las Vegas, United States

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Five years later, survivors of the Las Vegas shooting struggle with the fallout

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