Friends, family search for possible victims of Las Vegas shooting

ABC News' Linsey Davis reports on how friends and family are trying to reach people affected by the mass shooting as local hospitals work to treat the more than 200 injured.
1:07 | 10/02/17

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It's going to take days. The more than 200 injured many critical taken to local hospitals. We find linsey Davis there. There's an eery quiet outside the hospital. You've don't hear a lot of sirens or people. It's really quiet in sharp contrast to the life saving efforts underway behind me. More than 200 injured. 104 patients are here. This particular hospital only has 18 beds in the icu. Eight people were taken to the emergency room. 12 people remain in critical condition. It is a big question that looms large here especially that we heard in the medical community is how well prepared is las Vegas, the area hospitals, for Of course we can expect they're going to be asking for blood many people injured. Something to keep in mind. Thank you.

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