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CAMILLA SCHICK and DAVE HORN on October 2, 2017. Photo by David Becker/Getty Images. / Courtesy of The New York Times
As of right now, A100 Radio can report that over 58 people have lost their lives to the shooting, and over 515 people are wounded; making this the largest mass shooting in United States history.
The shooting was first reported at 10:08pm Las Vegas time, then before midnight, police officers claimed "one suspect down". No more active gunmen were believed thereafter. Officials now confirm that the gunmen was "believed to have killed himself" prior to law enforcement entry to the hotel room. 10 rifles were found inside the room as well.
President of the United States, Donald Trump has been briefed on the shooting, and sends his condolences on Twitter.
Also watch: President Trumps remarks on Sunday night's shooting:
He calls the attack, an "act of pure evil".
President Trump will visit Las Vegas on Wednesday, to visit with law enforcement and commemorate their rapid and effective work to prevent further loss of life.
Police are now investigating the home of 64 year old Stephen Craig Paddock in Mesquite, Nevada to clear it of any possible explosives.
A100 Radio will keep you updated with more information, as it becomes available.
Updated: Monday, October 2nd at 12:04pm (CST)
Nintendo just released their Super Bowl LI Commercial for their upcoming game system, "Nintendo Switch". The advertisement directs focus on the adult audience, rather than the younger demographic, which the company has been known to target in recent years.
The new console is set to release March 3rd, alongside the long-awaited The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild. Following massive media hype and speculation, preorders sold-out almost immediately, and it may be near-impossible to pick one up anytime soon. If you want a chance to try out the Switch, you can visit one of the many events and see the console in action yourself.
Watch the 30 second commercial below, and tell us what you think! Are you planning on buying one?
Credit: Nintendo / Edited: Brittany M.
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