The Latest: Hotel guest reported hearing Vegas shots nearby
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LAS VEGAS (AP) — The Latest on the release by Las Vegas police of witness statements and officer reports in the investigation of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history (all times local):
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Mandalay Bay security guard Jesus Campos told police he was afraid he was going to be killed when he was shot by gunman Stephen Paddock while investigating a stairwell door that was being kept shut by a metal bracket.
Records released by Las Vegas police Wednesday show Campos was interviewed Oct. 4 on the 32nd floor of the casino-resort. That’s the same floor from which the gunman carried out the attack.
Campos says he initially received a call from dispatch around 10 p.m. and was told to check “doors” as the property has a system that signals when a door has been opened for long periods.
He says he reached the 32nd floor through an elevator after noticing the stairwell door that leads to the hallway was locked or secured. He says he then walked down the hall and discovered a metal bracket keeping the door shut. He contacted security and maintenance.
Campos says he then heard what sounded like a “very loud drill,” was shot in the left calf while walking away, heard what he described as automatic fire and contacted security dispatch.
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Well, here’s an under-response by hotel “security”?
Wouldn’t this set off alarms to any reasonable person?
What else is concealed in this data dump?
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