Las Vegas Shooting
A gunman opened fire on 22,000 Las Vegas concert attendees from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino on Sunday, October 1. Scores of people were killed and more than 500 people were injured.
FireRescue1 coverage of the Las Vegas shooting spanned breaking news, to the importance of layperson bleeding control, to recommendations from the FireRescue1 Editorial Advisory Board for mass gathering response, the FEMA after-action report, and a fire chief's perspective on how first aid training helps citizens become first responders and saved lives in the aftermath of the Las Vegas shooting.
Full list of Las Vegas Shooting results
Responding to the Las Vegas shooting, 1 year later–
Chief Greg Cassell reflects on the Route 91 Harvest Festival attack, and how it’s changed the Clark County Fire Department and their response protocols
8 recommendations for fire/EMS from the FEMA Oct. 1 After-Action Report–
Steps to implementing unified command, staging and access learned from the Route 91 Harvest Festival attack
Roundtable: How will the Las Vegas shooting impact planning for mass gatherings?–
Emergency response planning and training for outdoor mass casualty events has forever changed after the events in Las Vegas
How can fire chiefs prepare citizens to be MCI responders–
First Care training empowers citizens to stop the bleed and transition from hapless bystanders to lifesavers
Rapid response: Triage mass shooter patients as treatable by lay people or emergency responders–
Protection from above and layperson bleeding control are among the immediate takeaways from Las Vegas mass shooting for fire/EMS personnel