Support for Las Vegas has been pouring in from all corners of the country throughout Monday, following Sunday's mass shooting.
Locally, the entire Las Vegas Strip went dark Monday evening to honor the lives lost Sunday. Later, Paris Las Vegas also turned off the lights to the Eiffel Tower, while The LINQ's High Roller was lit red, white, and blue.
Downtown Summerlin also turned out the lights in honor of the victims.
— ABC News (@ABC) October 3, 2017
— CaesarsEntertainment (@CaesarsEnt) October 3, 2017
Reno's iconic archway will also go dark Monday night to honor those killed in the shooting.
Our Reno Arch will go dark tonight to honor the victims of the #LasVegasShooting.
— City of Reno (@CityofReno) October 3, 2017
Around the country, the Empire State Building and One WTC were among the first landmarks to show their solidarity with Las Vegas, darkening their spires expect for an orange halo to honor the victims.
Tonight our lights darken for the victims & those affected by the Las Vegas attack, w/an orange halo effect shining a light on gun violence. pic.twitter.com/96gpsrQDaD
— Empire State Bldg (@EmpireStateBldg) October 2, 2017
Tonight the spire of One World Trade Center is lit with a single orange band to honor the victims of gun violence in Las Vegas. pic.twitter.com/nJndObGAPT
— Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) October 2, 2017
The Eiffel Tower was also switched off Monday to honor the victims of the Vegas attack, as well as victims of a weekend knife attack in the Port City of Marseille.
— ABC News (@ABC) October 2, 2017
Tel Aviv's City Hall didn't go dark, instead displaying an American Flag outside its building in solidarity with the U.S and shooting victims.
— Israel ????? (@Israel) October 2, 2017
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