Thousands Of Las Vegas Residents Waited All Night To Donate Blood
As heartbreaking new details emerge from the shooting massacre in Las Vegas we are synonomously hearing brave stories that show acts of kindness from a community in pain.
The death toll rose to 59 with over 500 people listed as injured after Stephen Paddock opened fire on concert dwellers attending the Route 91 Harvest festival some metres from his Mandalay Bay hotel room.
— Yasmeen Hassan (@YasmeenTV) October 2, 2017
In the wake of the tragedy thousands of Las Vegas residents have rallied together and camped out overnight at blood bank stations to donate their much needed blood.
— Aj Sanchez (@A_blah_J_blah) October 2, 2017
Lines wrapped around buildings as people were eager to make their contributions after Las Vegas mayor Carolyn Goodman urged members of the public to donate.
“That’s the main thing right now, is that if our people want to do something and they are healthy, then please donate blood," she said during a press conference.
We are sending our thoughts and prayers to the victims, the injured and the people of Las Vegas during this painful time.