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MASS SHOOTING: Helpful information and links

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Posted at 2:36 PM, Oct 02, 2017
and last updated 2017-10-03 08:49:20-04

Here is some information that you may need to know after the mass shooting at a music festival on Sunday night.

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A LOVED ONE?

The Las Vegas police department and coroner's office have set up a hotline for family or friends to report a missing loved one. The phone number is to used only for that purpose. The number is 1-800-536-9488.

FAMILY ASSISTANCE CENTER & FAMILY REUNIFICATION CENTER

The Clark County coroner office has set up an assistance center and family reunification center. It is located at Las Vegas Convention Center. Click here for more information.

BLOOD DONATIONS

Anyone who would like to donate blood to be used for victims of the mass shooting or anyone else who may need it in the Las Vegas valley should visit United Blood Services at 6930 W. Charleston Boulevard or 601 Whitney Ranch Drive in Henderson.

Long lines have been reported at the donation centers. You can also make an appointment online. Click here.

AIRLINES OFFERING FREE FLIGHTS

Allegiant Airlines and American Airlines have said that they will provide free flights to family members of victims of the mass shooting. Click here for more information.

FREE HOTEL ROOMS

MGM Resorts International is offering free rooms at Bellagio hotel-casino to family members of victims. It is also coordinating travel for family members through Southwest Airlines.

South Point hotel-casino is also offering free hotel accomodations to those traveling to Las Vegas to assist their loved ones.

VIGILS AND SERVICES

Multiple churches and other organizations in the Las Vegas valley are holding special services or vigils to remember the victims of the mass shooting. Click here for more information.