What can Western Washington police learn from Vegas shooting?

Photos obtained by the Daily Mail show chilling images of weapons and ammunition littered throughout Stephen Paddock's hotel room after a deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas.

Paddock sets up at least 23 weapons inside his hotel room, including multiple rifles, some of which had scopes.

The video was played at a news conference on Tuesday as work continues to try to establish a motive for the horrific attack, which has become the deadliest shooting in U.S. history.

Victims and families in California affected by the Las Vegas mass shooting may be eligible for financial help through a state agency.

Pulse nightclub owner Barbara Poma said the Vegas shooting takes them all back to June 12, 2016, when a gunman killed 49 people and wounded 58 in her club in what was then the nation's deadliest mass shooting.

People attending the country music concert described scenes of horror as they realised that what they first thought were fireworks were actually gunshots.

"From the very beginning, we have been providing them necessary information that would aid their investigation", Mangrobang said. "Everyone started charging and stampeding".

The investigators are also pressing to find others apart from Paddock who may have been involved, Lombardo said, going against the police department's earlier claim that the shooter was a lone wolf. Paddock reportedly wired $100,000 to an account in the Philippines last week. "She was sent away".

"I anticipate he was looking for anybody coming to take him into custody", Lombardo said. Investigators still have to run down any potential leads Danley may provide.

She arrived in Manila on Sept. 15, flew to Hong Kong on Sept. 22, returned to Manila on Sept. 25 and was there until she flew to Los Angeles on Tuesday night, according to a Philippine immigration official.

King County Sheriff John Urquhart told KIRO 7 the massacre should be a wake-up call for police.

The slot machines were still ringing and the drinks still flowing but the party didn't feel quite the same along the world-famous Las Vegas Strip on Monday evening, 24 hours after a gunman staged the bloodiest shooting in modern U.S. history. But as investigators continue to dig into the 64 year-old millionaire real estate investor's movements and purchases in the months, days and hours leading up to his insane rampage, a more detailed picture has emerged about the meticulous planning that went into Paddock's unthinkable actions.

"These sorts of tragedies, Columbine, Sandy Hook, Aurora, Pulse and others, while still shocking, seem to be less surprising", Michael Frandsen, Wittenberg President, said. Trump, shortly after touching down in Las Vegas, headed to the hospital that treated scores of those injured and killed. A police dispatcher receives the first reports. The stocks have been around for less than a decade, and Schneider said officials determined they were legal.

Police released dramatic body camera footage from officers that captures the chaos as Stephen Paddock carried out America's worst mass shooting.

"Listening to the video, it sounds like the weapons were fully automatic", said Cohen, who is now an ABC News consultant.

Police tape covers the room's double doors, one of which appears to have been broken down, video of inside the room showed. He said that he was still unaware it was gunfire as he captured the terror on people's faces as they fled.