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Las Vegas, Nevada / Shooting Massacre / Melton Interview #1116628

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 03, 2017
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(Las Vegas: Anderson Cooper, Alex Marquardt) What we are learning about the shooter {Stephen Paddock††}, who massacred concertgoers in Las Vegas, about the cameras in the hallway at the Mandalay Resort & Casino hotel, the time for police to reach the shooter's door on Sunday night, th issue of motivation, his collection of weapons, the questions about his girlfriend Marilou Danley, the victim identification process discussed.

(Las Vegas: Anderson Cooper) An interview held with Tennessee physician Heather Melton, whose husband Sonny was killed; details given about past mass shootings, the shooters & the victims. [MELTON - talks about her husband, Sonny Melton, the enjoyable concert experience, the start of the shooting, what she & Sonny did during the shooting, how she feels after his death, how she & Sonny worked with each other in the operating room, how close they were, how she does not want to know about the shooter.]

Reporter(s):
Alex, Anderson Cooper,;
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:20:00

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