>> It's the haunting photograph that's come to encapsulate a night of horror. The cowboy boots surrounded by bandages belonging to a man who has since been released from the hospital.>> I think it was the American flag that attracted my attention.>> Reuters photographer Steve Marcus took the now viral photo.
>> After the photo went out, the next day I got an email from a woman who said she was the aunt of the owner of the boots. And that her nephew had been shot in the leg and then he'd been fleeing the concert venue and he was bleeding so he'd taken off his boots and taken off his jeans and wrapped the jeans around the wound to stop the bleeding.
And then she'd ask me if I hadn't picked up the boots because he would like them back. So I just wrote back and said, I'm sorry your nephew was shot and I didn't pick up the boots.>> Many personal items remain at the Las Vegas Village Venue where dozens died and hundreds were injured.
Police and the FBI still evaluating people's property at the crime scene. But concert attendees on Wednesday were allowed to retrieve their vehicles with a police escort.>> To go pick up my car and see the gates bent, the actual, where he, Broke the glass to shoot at us, I was just, it was very emotional.
Very emotional.>> Norma Jimenez said the Route 91 Harvest Event was her first music festival and told us that she plans to pick out places to hide at the next one.>> I went in there thinking this is the best, I'm having the best time in my life.
And me running for my life.>> The Clark County share saying it could be days before the shoes, handbags, and other personal items are returned.>> I've seen shoes. I did see a wheelchair and I'm thinking wow, what happened to that man. I hope he made it out safe.