“It felt like it was a movie, everyone running.”
That’s how an Ayr man, who’s in Las Vegas with friends, is describing the seconds and minutes that followed, what is now the deadliest shooting in U.S. history.
Dino Angelino is staying at the Bellagio (located just north of the shooting scene) with friends.
“Telling everybody to get down, get down, get down, underneath the tables and stuff…Then they started sending everyone back to their rooms…so much chaos,” Angelino told 570 NEWS.
“Very eery…You never see Las Vegas main strip…no movement at all, not one person walking around in the casino and stuff, just scary.” added Angelino.
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