Transcript for Eyewitnesses recount terror and chaos at scene of Las Vegas shooting
Brian Ross, thanks. We've heard so many emotional accounts from eye witnesses on the scene. We want to take a look at that. I was inside. We refused to believe it was a shooting until it just kept going and going. Then Jason aldean left the stage and everybody started fleeing. We started fleeing. We had to hop a gate to get out. It was crazy. I've never seen anything like it in my life. There was short increments where there was breaks in between the shots. It literally felt like it continued for 20 minutes straight. Every time there was a break we ran and we ran. I still wasn't sure if it was actually bullets until when one of the times we paused our friend, the guy next to us, got shot. People started dropping around us. Everybody tried to stay down. Every time a group would get up to run away they would just They were getting closer they shooting right there. A lot of people were piling on top of each other whether they were bleeding or not. People were holding each others wounds down and shouting stay day. We were thinking we were going to die. A security guard got shot right next to us. We thought we were going to die. I called my mom to be honest. I was just calling my mom to tell her I loved her and good-bye. Everyone bottle necked and he opened fire. You could hear bullets coming through the tent. All the walls in the location were 10, 15 feet high. You couldn't climb them. Everyone was bottle necked. There was no escape. It was a kill bogx. People were climbing over people. I don't know how to compare it. There was nothing I had ever seen on TV or in a movie that compared to what we saw. There was this one police officer he was so brave. He was jumping over the fence to take on this guy. I was like oh, my god. It's so brave. Everyone I was with was worried about their life. It didn't matter where you were. You didn't feel safe anywhere. For hours after they did not
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