Tel Orfanos Survived Las Vegas Shooting, Killed at Borderline Bar

Tel Orfanos Survived Las Vegas Shooting, Killed at Borderline Bar

Tel Orfanos Survived Las Vegas Shooting, Killed at Borderline Bar

This 2017 photo from the California Department of Motor Vehicles shows Ian David Long.

Police said they had previous contact with the gunman. He was described to be a bearded man wearing a black jacket, hat, and glasses.

But neighbors reported hearing frequent loud fights between Ian David Long and his mother, one of them so extreme they called police in April, and authorities at the time anxious that the war veteran might have post-traumatic stress disorder, though a mental health specialist concluded there were no grounds to have him involuntarily committed.

The sheriff said Long drove to the bar and shot an unarmed security guard who was standing outside before opening fire at random inside. Helus died from his injuries early Thursday morning, leaving behind a wife and son.

Authorities are also investigating whether he believed his former girlfriend would be at the Borderline Bar and Grill, said the official, who was briefed on the investigation but not authorized to discuss it publicly and spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity.

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Tel Orfanos lived through the deadliest mass shooting in modern USA history only to lose his life in another one less than 10 minutes from his home barely a year later, a tragic coincidence that has devastated his friends and family. "He didn't come home last night, and I don't want prayers; I don't want thoughts; I want gun control and I hope to God nobody else sends me any more prayers".

"Sgt Helus was having a conversation with his wife, as he does several times during the shift, and said to her, "Hey I've got to go and handle a call, I love you", he said, according to The Mirror.

Another person who was at the Borderline Bar & Grill during the shooting and was also in Las Vegas when 64-year-old Stephen Paddock killed 58 people and injured 851 more by opening fire on the crowd at the Route 91 Harvest music festival, was Dani Merrill.

James told the media Cody was a model older brother who loved and cared for his siblings, the youngest of which is due to be born in a few weeks time.

"As soon as I identified where the target was or where the threat was, I grabbed at least two people around me and yanked them as hard as I could to get to the nearest exit", he said in the report.

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Trump touted his efforts to fund PTSD among veterans. He declined to engage on questions on whether the nation needs stricter gun control laws. The incident happened in April, when yelling and loud banging noises coming from the home Long shared with his mother prompted a next-door neighbor to call authorities.

"(The deputy said), "Hey, I have to handle a call.

Long was in the Marines from 2008 to 2013, rose to the rank of corporal and served in Afghanistan in 2010-11 before he was honourably discharged, the military said.

"All of a sudden we heard the "bang, bang" of the gunshots and it just started going insane and people were pushing. It's just unreal", his friend Aliza Thomas said Friday. It is annually listed as one of the safest cities in America.

"Tonight Thousand Oaks takes its place with those cities, who in order to move forward will rely on hope. we are Thousand Oaks strong". When the gunman shot his.45-caliber pistol, he killed.

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