Las Vegas policeman gives timeline of shooting, find of gunman

Las Vegas policeman Joseph Lombardo pennyless down the timeline of the 75 pell-mell mins Sunday night between when shots first rang out and when police found gunman Stephen Paddock passed in his hotel room 32nd building of the Mandalay Bay.

The first shots were fired at 10:05 p.m., according to closed-circuit radio from the unison venue. The sharpened continued for 10 minutes, until 10:15 p.m. Fifty-eight people were killed in the shooting, and 489 injured, Lombardo said.

Lombardo pronounced he doesn’t know because Paddock stopped firing, but he “could’ve kept continued firing, some were tangled but he could’ve continued.”

The first officers arrived on the 31st building — one building next where Paddock was banishment — at 10:12 p.m. Officers arrived at the 32nd building at 10:17 p.m. Lombardo pronounced it was “phenomenal” they reached the 32nd building within 12 mins of when shots rang out.

One notation later, a confidence officer told Las Vegas police officers he was shot and gives them the accurate plcae of the shooter. Lombardo pronounced he didn’t know if the confidence officer was armed.

“His aplomb was amazing,” Lombardo said. “He remained with officers and actually continued to help transparent bedrooms until officer told him to find medical attention.” Lombardo pronounced that by his estimate, 200 rounds were fired into the hallway.

Between 10:26 p.m. and 10:30 p.m., eight additional officers arrived on the 32nd building and changed evenly by the hallway, clearing the bedrooms and looking for any some-more injured.

At 10:55 p.m., eight officers arrived in the stairwell at the conflicting finish of the corridor nearest to the Paddock’s room. They saw the room service cart, which Lombardo pronounced it was apparent there were cameras. 

The officers spent the next 30 mins formulating a devise to enter Paddock’s room. The check was “purposeful and no shots were being listened at this point,” Lombardo said.

At 11:20 p.m., officers first breached Paddock’s room. They celebrated the think on the belligerent and beheld a second doorway they could not access. At 11:27 p.m., the second crack was set off, permitting officers to enter the second room. Officers fast satisfied there was no one else in their bedrooms and announced that information over the radio.

Lombardo pronounced the justification indicated that Paddock dictated to tarry the shooting. Photos from the stage indicated there was a note on yellow paper, and Lombardo pronounced he could not remember that specific paper but he was certain there was no self-murder note.  

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