- Automatic gunfire and victims were reported at the Route 91 Harvest festival
- Shootings were reported in Mandalay Bay Resort, across a junction from fest
- Gunfire reported to have rained down on crowds from the hotel's top floors
- One person tweeted that shots were fired from the 29th floor of the hotel
PUBLISHED: 06:47 BST, 2 October 2017 | UPDATED: 07:14 BST, 2 October 2017
At least one active shooter has been reported on the Las Vegas Strip after an unknown gunman reportedly opened fire on crowds from the Mandalay Bay Resort and Hotel.
Victims were also reported at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival, which was occurring just over the road from Mandalay Bay.
It is currently unclear whether the violence has been caused by multiple shooters, or a single gunman.
Dozens were seen on aerial footage fleeing the building, which was reportedly on lockdown.
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People flee from the Route 91 Harvest country music festival in Las Vegas, Nevada, amid reports of gunfire there and at a nearby hotel
At 1:26am ET, Twitter user Stefinatrix wrote: 'I'm on the 6th floor [of the Mandalay Bay]. Shots reported on floor 29 now. Listening to LVPD scanner feed. Security guard shot on 32nd floor.'
She also said that the gunman was firing on police cars from the 32nd floor earlier, according to LVPD scanners.
Musician Luke Combs said that there was a shooter at the Route 91 Harvest festival, which was occurring just over the road from Mandalay Bay.
'Active shooter at @Route91Harvest in Vegas. We're safe. Love you guys,' he wrote.
Twitter user Fitz wrote: 'Friend working event said it happened during Jason Aldean's set, dozens of shots fired (automatic?) #MandalayBay #Route91 #activeshooter'
Landon Jensen tweeted: 'We are safe. Multiple patients down. Automatic gun fire. Possibly multi suspects.'
Country singer Jake Owen, who appeared to be in Mandalay Bay, tweeted: 'Gun shots!!! Vegas. Pray to god. Love you guys. Love you Pearl.'
Police are blocking Las Vegas Blvd at Tropicana.
Details are still emerging; this report will continue to be updated.
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