More than 50 died and at least 500 were injured, making the Las Vegas massacre the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
Officials have identified 64-year-old Stephen Paddock of Mesquite, Nevada, as the gunman responsible.
According to the Associated Press, Paddock was found dead when SWAT officers used explosives to storm into his room at the Mandalay Bay hotel. Authorities said he had killed himself.
The Las Vegas massacre, by the numbers
124 of 180 injured came to the hospital’s Level Two trauma center with single and multiple gunshot wounds
Two off-duty officers killed
200-300 number of bullets heard, according to witnesses
10-15 minutes of gunfire, according to witnesses
9 rounds of gunfire per second by Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock
24 shots in 9 seconds by Orlando nightclub shooter Omar Mateen (49 dead, 53 wounded)
22,000 concert attendees at Route 91 Sunday
10:08 p.m. (local time) gunfire began
108 fire personnel on the scene to help
64 years: Gunman Stephen Paddock’s age
80 miles from Paddock’s home in Mesquite, Nevada, to Las Vegas
19 rifles (at least) found in gunman’s room
10 suitcases brought into gunman’s hotel room over a period of time
18 firearms (at least) found inside gunman’s home in Mesquite, Nevada
32nd floor of Mandalay Bay hotel: Where Paddock unleashed barrage of bullets from
400 yards stood between the hotel and concert stage
40,000 concertgoers at three-day Route 91 Harvest festival
273 mass shootings in 2017 as of Oct. 2
17 victims identified as of Monday evening.
Numbers pulled from AJC and AP news coverage. This list has been updated.