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PBS NEWSHOUR

How Las Vegas’ trauma center helped hundreds of victims

  • Aired: 10/03/2017
  • 07:06
  • Rating: NR
Dozens remain critically injured after a gunman’s assault in Las Vegas killed 59 people on Sunday night. Investigators are still trying to understand the motives of the 64-year-old gunman who stationed himself and at least 23 firearms in a room at the Mandalay Bay hotel to fire into a crowd of concertgoers. Cat Wise reports on the investigation and how hospitals are caring for the wounded.
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