On October 1, 2017, a shooter opened fire on attendees of the Route 91 Harvest Festival from a hotel room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. More than 545 people were injured and 58 people were killed as a result of the horrific tragedy that night.  While the shooter has been identified, police are still investigating potential motives. Current investigations also appear to be focused on the shooting timeline. On Monday, October 9th, police stated that the shooter had fired at a Mandalay Bay security guard six minutes before he began shooting at the crowd of concert-goers. In addition to timeline issues, we are currently investigating hotel and event security.









Family Assistance Center
Clark County has set up an assistance center for survivors and family members of victims affected by the Las Vegas shooting. The center offers services including assistance with lodging, travel, transportation, and grief counseling. For more information call the center at 702-455-2433 (for local residents) and 1-833-299-2433 (for out of state residents). 

Las Vegas Counseling Center
The Las Vegas Counseling Center is offering free counseling services to all impacted by the Route 91 tragedy.  For more information call the Las Vegas Counseling Center at 702-466-3750 or visit them at 7391 West Charleston Suite 150, Las Vegas, NV. 

Free Flights
Allegiant Air, which is based in Las Vegas, is offering free flights to family members of shooting victims.  For more information contact Allegiant Air at

To Provide Information
Las Vegas Residents: If you are a Las Vegas resident and you have information regarding the shooting, please call 311. Out-Of-State Residents: If you are an out-of-state resident and you have information regarding the shooting, please call 702-828-3111.