As he tried to cross the street to his hotel, he watched cars speeding from the scene, some clipping pedestrians. When driving for Lyft she often set up at the hotel, which is at the far southern end of the Strip. She spent the next eight hours on lockdown with a few hundred other people who had fled into the hotel, including a man and a woman who told her they’d been in the front row of the concert.Once back at his room, he stayed tuned to the television and watched police lights flood the street below him. On Sunday, she found herself spending most of the night driving customers on the northern part of the Strip, then headed to her normal spot when traffic there slowed. “I don’t know how they got out of there,” Fidler said. She must have fallen.” Gina Candelaria, 36, of South Philadelphia, was also swept up by the fleeing crowd.
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He saw scores of people rushing onto I-15, followed by police cruisers and ambulances, followed by silence when the highway was shut down. Shecter, 49, who was one of the founders of the Source, a magazine that covers the hip-hop industry, has worked in the city’s music scene for years, including six years as director of programming for the Wynn nightclubs. “If somebody, sadly, if some deranged person wanted to do damage, there is really a lot of opportunity here to do that.” He said many nightclubs in recent years have increased security, but it’s harder to secure outdoor venues such as the one next to Mandalay Bay.
He said he and others in the industry have grown increasingly worried about the potential for such a shooting there. “I guess what I’ve always feared is what happened,” he said.
“Everything was really normal until it wasn’t,” she said.