LAS VEGAS - A gunman left more than 59 people dead and 527 injured on the Las Vegas Strip in the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. If you’re searching for loved ones in Las Vegas, here’s how to reach out.
The City of Las Vegas has established a hotline for families searching for loved ones to call. That number is 1-800-536-9488. The prior number given out by authorities earlier on Monday is no longer operating.
This number has been changed to 1-800-536-9488. Families can call this number to report your loved one missing. https://t.co/t1kipg7Qdr— LVMPD (@LVMPD) October 3, 2017
Facebook has also activated its safety check feature, which allows people in Las Vegas to mark themselves as "safe." You can find the Facebook safety check feature for Las Vegas here.
If you’re in Las Vegas or traveling there to look for loved ones, the city has established a family reunification center at the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Headquarters at 400 S. MLK Blvd. Building B.
Those in the area wishing to donate blood can go to United Blood Services at 6930 W. Charleston Blvd. in Las Vegas or 601 Whitney Ranch Dr. in Henderson, Nevada.