Here are the names of the Las Vegas shooting victims
Check out some of the identities of the victims following Sunday’s tragedy.
As reported earlier, at least 59 people were killed and 527 injured after a gunman opened fire on a crowd during a Sunday night country music festival. Among the victims were nurses, U.S. Navy veterans, teachers and more. Here are the names of those identified victims (so far):
Occupation: Emergency Room Nurse
Occupation: Kindergarten teacher
Occupation: US Navy Veteran
Occupation: Police officer
Occupation: Wife of 32 years and “soon to be grandmother of five”
Thomas Day Jr.
Occupation: Home Builder
Occupation: Deputy Recorder-County Clerk
Jennifer Topaz Irvine
Occupation: Family-Law Attorney
Occupation: Librarian and Bus Driver
Occupation: Owner of JP Specialties (a home remodeling company)
Occupation: Recreation employee
Occupation: Secretary at Gallup-McKinley County Schools
Occupation: Office Manager at Vista Fundamental Elementary School
Occupation: Employee at Technologent
Occupation: City of Las Vegas Employee
Occupation: Disneyland employee
Occupation: Records Technician
Occupation: Commercial Fisherman
Occupation: Mechanic Apprentice
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