Mandalay Bay upkeep worker says he warned hotel of shooter before Las Vegas massacre

LAS VEGAS — A hotel upkeep worker says he told hotel dispatchers to call the cops before the Vegas gunman non-stop fire from his broken windows.

Stephen Schuck, a building operative at the Mandalay Bay Hotel, was on the 32nd building when the Las Vegas mass sharpened began.

He tells TODAY that he had been called to check on an exit doorway and was walking down the corridor when “I started to hear shots ring out” and Stephen Paddock “popped out and yelled at me to take cover.” He adds “I am impossibly sanctified that somehow we came out of there alive.”

Schuck reported the sharpened on his radio, revelation a dispatcher: “Call the police, someone’s banishment a gun up here. Someone’s banishment a purloin on the 32nd building down the hallway.” It is not famous if the hotel dispatchers contacted the police.


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