UPDATE: Bullets Rained From Above In Las Vegas Shooting That Killed 58
The death toll in the shooting at a concert ground in Las Vegas has increased to 58.
Over 500 others were wounded in the attack, as bullets rained down on at least 22,000 concertgoers.
Bullets rained from the window of the 32nd floor window of Mandalay Bay hotel near the concert ground.
Concertgoers were not sure of where the bullets were coming from as they scampered for safety, with some of them using others are shields.
Stephen Paddock, a man without any known link with any terrorist group, carried out the attack from the window of his room in the hotel.
'Act of Pure Evil'
When police got to his hotel room, he had died from self-inflicted injury, with at least 10 rifles found in the room.
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He was 50 and a retired accountant, but the reason behind his act, has become a puzzle.
The President of the United State, Donald Trump, called it "act of pure evil".
Mr Trump will visit Las Vegas Strip on Wednesday.
Some persons are still in critical condition, receiving treatment in different hospitals.
The scene of the incident has been locked down by the police for further investigation.
The want to find out the reason behind the attack.