What to do if you have loved ones in Las Vegas

By Aaron Barker - Senior Digital Editor
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A cowboy hat lays on a street in Las Vegas after a mass shooting that killed at least 50 people and injured at least 200. (Getty Images)

LAS VEGAS - A mass shooting in Las Vegas late Sunday killed at least 50 people and wounded at least 200 people, according to authorities.

Investigators said a gunman opened fire from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel-resort onto the grounds of a country music festival about 300 feet below.

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Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo said people who are looking for loved ones who were in Las Vegas at the time of the shooting can call 1-800-536-9488.

Facebook has also activated its “Safety Check” feature, which allows people in the area of an emergency to indicate whether they are safe. Click or tap here for more information.

The American Red Cross also offers a “Safe and Well” service, which allows users to search a list of people who have registered their status on the website. Click or tap here for more information.

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