Las Vegas mourning the victims of the worst mass shooting in modern US history that's left at least 59 dead and over 500 injured.>> I'm Jane Lanhee Lee at Las Vegas City Hall where people have come to grieve for the victims, call for unity, and right now are singing songs.
Elsewhere in the city thousands are lining up for hours to donate blood some hotels offering free rooms for families of the victims and free food and drinks are offered in several places around the city as well. Inside the Mandalay Bay, those who lived through the tragedy are still walking around dazed.
Several of them still in tears as they share their nightmare stories. Two young women I spoke to watched the shooting from their 23rd floor room window in the Mandalay Bay, and were also told by the hotel to lock their doors in case the shooter attacked the hotel guests.
>> And thought we were kinda safe and all of a sudden, we hear it again, and they're in the Luxor, go down to the basement.>> This couple I spoke with was at the concert and ran only after they realized the popping sounds weren't firecrackers but an automatic weapon firing into the crowd of 22,000 spectators at the country music festival.
They ran into the Luxor Hotel across the street.>> This morning, when we were let back into our hotel, finally at 8:30 or 9:00 o’clock it was just, it didn't feel like Vegas. It was very quiet, and the lights weren't flashing, and there weren't people laughing, it was just, you could feel.
>> How different Vegas was this morning, it was very eyrie.>> No new details as to why 64 year old Stephen Paddock sprayed the crowd with bullets from his window of the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay where officials found 16 firearms, some with scopes and some that appeared to have been modified police also say they found a supply of ammonium nitrate in Paddock's car.
The same fertilizer compound that was used in the 1995 Oklahoma city bombing. President Donald Trump calling the incidence an act of pure evil, says he will travel to Las Vegas on Wednesday to meet with victims, their family members, and first responders. As the night fell in Las Vegas the strip lite up with messages of support for the victims.