A gunman has killed multiple people in Las Angeles.
The shooter opened fire at a country music concert early Wednesday.
Here’s everything you need to know:The shooting began at the Route 91 Harvest festival near the Las Vegas Strip, and police were called to the scene around 5 a.m.
Local media outlets have identified the shooter as Stephen Paddock.
His name was not immediately released.
Police say he opened fire in the crowd and killed at least 59 people and wounded at least 5,000.
Paddock is the 64th person to be killed in the United States this year, according to the FBI.
Authorities say the shooter was armed with at least 12 weapons and was on a government watch list for more than a decade.
He was arrested on Wednesday.
The FBI has said there was no indication he had any prior connections to the country music festival.
Here are some things to know about the mass shooting in Las, Nevada.
Here is what we know about Stephen Paddock:The shooter was a fan of country music.
He had lived in Mesquite, Nevada, since 1997 and was a regular at Country Music Hall of Fame shows.
He bought a hunting rifle at the local gun store and used it to shoot down the concert’s security guards.
Authorities said Paddock had been a licensed firearms dealer in the state for more then five years.
Police also released video of the moment he opened the door to the concert venue.
Paddock had a large rifle and was carrying a handgun in his hand when he opened fired.
He reportedly yelled “I have a bomb” as he fired.
Las Vegas police said Paddock fired on concertgoers, killing one person and injuring another in the hall.
The shooting was the deadliest mass shooting at a music festival in modern U.S. history.
There have been more than 100 fatalities.
The deadliest mass shootings in the U.K. occurred in 2015 and 2017, when a man killed 52 people at an Ariana Grande concert in the capital city of London.
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