IN THE AFTERMATH OF LAS VEGAS

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As hundreds of survivors struggle to recover emotionally and physically from the Oct. 1 attack, they are beginning to come to terms with the financial toll of the violence perpetrated against them. Even those who are insured could face untold costs in a city they were only visiting.

Please let's not forget the victims as time passes by.

On the night of Oct. 1, a gunman opened fire from the Mandalay Bay Resort onto a crowd gathered at the Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas. By the nights end, 59 people had died, including the gunman, and 546 were injured. The victims and survivors of the deadliest shooting in recent American history spanned ages and demographics. They included students, police officers, teachers, tribal members and veterans.

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  1. Las Vegas Strong [10/30/2017]
  2. VEGAS STRONG [10/28/2017]

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As the country mourns the loss of those killed in the mass shooting in Las Vegas, The Las Vegas Metro Police honors a member of their family as well. Officer Charleston Hartfield was among the 58 concert-goers killed in Sunday night's mass shooting.

A gunman on a high floor of a Las Vegas hotel rained a rapid-fire barrage on a huge outdoor concert festival on Sunday night, killing at least 58 people, injuring over 500 hundred of others, and sending thousands of terrified survivors fleeing for cover, in one of the deadliest mass shootings in American history. Sgt 1st Class Charleston Hartfield was killed in the Las Vegas shooting. Rest in peace