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Videoclip from room 32-135 in Mandalay Bay - History
An North Carolina man published on Nevada's public relations press, LAS VEGAS, which seems to be the very room where the shooter who shot at concertgoers was shot in the thirty-third century. Says Jeff Bridges remained in this room last year after an upgraded while travelling and made a short videotape of a walk inside the bedroom, rooms 32-135, and recently published it on SR.
He' a Las Vegas doctor: "What is best about this apartment is not the fact that it is almost 1,800 sq. m., but the view," says Bridge on film. "There is no clue why he did it," says Bridge, showing on videotape the lifts going up and down the side of the resort, with the hills in the back, the Luxor, the stripe, the airfield and the top of the Mandalay Bay hote.
"It is ironic that the film ends with a look at the auditorium," said Bridge on Facebook, an empty room across the Mandalay Bay Palace complex. Suspected marksman, who had been ID'd as Stephen Paddock, was found in the room of the inn after he rained balls out of the bedroom windows onto a countrymusic venue, killed 59 and injured more than 500 souls.
When the balls were shot during the appearance of Jason Aldean, the bewildered concertgoers began to run, hiding and covering each other as they recognized what was on. Spheres were shot at the videotape, followed by a mess as concertgoers tried to leave the area. There were two blasted out of the thirty-two floors from which the shooter shot.
The Las Vegas P.D. certified that 23 weapons were found in the Mandalay Bay room and another 19 in his home in Mesquite, Nevada. Bridge's inside footage ends with an accurate look at the stage. "Our intention is to transmit our thoughts and prayer to all those affected by this tragedy," said Mr. Bridge.
"I' m still going to Vegas and other places," said Bridge to FOX 13. I'll just be very cautious.