LAS VEGAS — The Latest on the shooting in Las Vegas (all times local):
Concertgoer Anna Kupchyan says a man she only knows as Zach helped save her and about nine other people from being shot in Las Vegas by shepherding them into an outdoor trailer that served as a bathroom with various stalls.
Kupchyan had traveled from Los Angeles for the concert and was with fans desperately trying to find a way out of the venue when the man told them to get inside.
She said Monday that those inside the trailer heard the shooter fire one round after another and stop occasionally, apparently to reload or switch guns.
A man outside the trailer later ordered them out and told them to flee.
She says she saw bodies sprawled outside, including a man who had been shot in the head.
She got into a taxi with a friend and met two women who let them stay in their hotel room until the danger was over.
The sister of a suburban Denver police detective says he was among the 527 people injured in the mass shooting at a country music festival in Las Vegas.
Detective Curtis Leoni called his family around 5 a.m. Monday and said he had been shot late Sunday and would survive.
The Englewood, Colorado, officer’s sister said her brother was at the concert on his own time.
Leoni’s sister spoke anonymously because she is a corrections officer in Colorado and did not want inmates to know about her personal life.
Leoni told his sister he did not know when he will be released from the hospital.
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People attending the country music concert targeted by the Las Vegas shooter have described scenes of horror as they realized what they first thought were fireworks were actually gunshots.
Jason Sorenson of Newport Beach, California, says he realized something was wrong when musicians left the stage.
He ran and says “we saw people with blood all over their shirts.”
Brandon Clack of La Palma, California, said Monday he heard many shots fired and the shooting that “went on for a long time, like 10 minutes.”
Concertgoers fled into casinos and crammed into cars to get away from the shooting.
Barbara Magro of Orange County, California, says “they were getting into people’s trucks. I saw one with about 20 people in the back.”
Nevada’s governor has signed a declaration of emergency for Clark County that directs all state agencies to assist local officials who…