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180″/ > LAS VEGAS( FOX5) – In freshly released Mandalay Bay audio from Oct. 1, a barrage of shooting then a calm voice are heard.
” Someone call cops. Someone is shooting a rifle on the 32nd flooring in the hallway.”
That person, was Stephen Schuck, an upkeep worker at Mandalay Bay the night of the 1 October shooting. Schuck was reacting to a door alarm on the 32nd flooring when the shooting began.
” Stephen, ensure you’re out of the way!,” somebody said to Schuck over a radio.
When the gunfire stopped, Schuck stated he saw his colleague, Jesus Campos.
” It was thinking of how I could get to Jesus due to the fact that he was shot in the leg,” Schuck informed the Today Program.
Schuck could not get to Campos due to the fact that they were separated by space 135, where the shooter was shooting rounds from an automated weapon.
” I could feel [bullets] pass right by my head,” Shuck said.
MGM would not say exactly what time these recordings happened, however the release comes less than 24 Hr after MGM questioned Constable Joe Lombardo’s timeline of events. Lombardo maintains that Jesus Campos was contended 9:59 p.m., about 6 minutes prior to the shooter opened fire onto the Path 91 Harvest Celebration. The first 911 calls appear to begin being available in about 10:07 p.m., and they weren’t from Mandalay Bay.
Campos and Schuck both radioed down to the hotel for assistance before City Authorities looked out. Since Wednesday it was unclear if Mandalay Bay staff ever called cops about the initial shots fired.
City Cops stated they plan to launch a more extensive timeline of events on Friday.
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