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Street Hawk
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Police were on the 32nd floor within 12 mins of the first shot being fired
I think that's pretty incredible. How do you think they got there do fast in such a huge building? Fire alarm tip them off?


cokebottleag
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re: Police were on the 32nd floor within 12 mins of the first shot being fired
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I think that's pretty incredible. How do you think they got there do fast in such a huge building? Fire alarm tip them off?



Smoke alarm in the room from the gunfire told the hotel staff which room it was.

This isn't hard.


The_Joker
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re: Police were on the 32nd floor within 12 mins of the first shot being fired
I’ve read that the broken windows triggered an alarm in the hotel that notifies security where the break is. Haven’t seen that confirmed but it would make sense


Teddy Ruxpin
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re: Police were on the 32nd floor within 12 mins of the first shot being fired
Was there an alarm when he broke the window too? Thought I heard/read that.


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Homesick Tiger
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re: Police were on the 32nd floor within 12 mins of the first shot being fired
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Fire alarm tip them off?


Someone on here said yesterday some kind of alarm goes off when a window is broken.


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Sidicous
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re: Police were on the 32nd floor within 12 mins of the first shot being fired
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I think that's pretty incredible. How do you think they got there do fast in such a huge building? Fire alarm tip them off?


I tend to think it was the wounded Hotel Security Guard who called in the location. And some of the concert PD presence on assignment nearby. But that's just my opinion.


Statestreet
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re: Police were on the 32nd floor within 12 mins of the first shot being fired
I saw on Fox news from a former LV Police officer that the broken glass landed near the valet parking area and the valet staff could see and hear the gun fire up above. They alerted security.


LSUGrrrl
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re: Police were on the 32nd floor within 12 mins of the first shot being fired
I think the security guard went to investigate the alarms and calls from nearby rooms and is who likely ended any hopes the shooter had for his "escape plan." Guard then communicated with police who assembled team.

My theory, anyway.


HeyHeyHogsAllTheWay
Member since Feb 2017
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re: Police were on the 32nd floor within 12 mins of the first shot being fired
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Smoke alarm in the room from the gunfire told the hotel staff which room it was.

This isn't hard.


Incorrect


A guest who was retired military was on the 31st floor and called it in that the gun fire was coming from the floor directly above him. A security guard went directly to that floor and the police started at floor 25 instead of the first floor .



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IAmReality
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re: Police were on the 32nd floor within 12 mins of the first shot being fired
It wouldn't be hard for someone on the ground to simply count the floors up to the broken windows and know the floor it was coming from.


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LSUGrrrl
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re: Police were on the 32nd floor within 12 mins of the first shot being fired
Someone is rapid firing rounds from an elevated position, I'm not taking the time to count floors.


Rhino5
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re: Police were on the 32nd floor within 12 mins of the first shot being fired
Security guard alerted and the smoke alarm went off.


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HeyHeyHogsAllTheWay
Member since Feb 2017
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re: Police were on the 32nd floor within 12 mins of the first shot being fired
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It wouldn't be hard for someone on the ground to simply count the floors up to the broken windows and know the floor it was coming from.


You're kidding right? What someone was just standing out in the open under fire counting windows until the got to the broken windows?

Idiot, the hotel passed a tip onto police, that's how they zeroed in on the correct floor so quickly.



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ShortyRob
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re: Police were on the 32nd floor within 12 mins of the first shot being fired
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I think that's pretty incredible. How do you think they got there do fast in such a huge building? Fire alarm tip them off?

12 minutes is a fairly long time. Just sayin


notsince98
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KC, MO
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re: Police were on the 32nd floor within 12 mins of the first shot being fired
I thought the gunshots rained down for way longer than that?


beaverfever
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Little Rock
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re: Police were on the 32nd floor within 12 mins of the first shot being fired
I thought there was already several police officers in the building for something completely unrelated. I’m not sure if these were the cops that went up to the 32nd floor.


BBONDS25
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re: Police were on the 32nd floor within 12 mins of the first shot being fired
They did. You should listen to the police scanner from that night and you will understand why.


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ninthward
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re: Police were on the 32nd floor within 12 mins of the first shot being fired
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I’ve read that the broken windows triggered an alarm in the hotel that notifies security where the break is. Haven’t seen that confirmed but it would make sense
this


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HailToTheChiz
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re: Police were on the 32nd floor within 12 mins of the first shot being fired
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I saw on Fox news from a former LV Police officer that the broken glass landed near the valet parking area and the valet staff could see and hear the gun fire up above. They alerted security.


Jesus.


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Y.A. Tittle
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re: Police were on the 32nd floor within 12 mins of the first shot being fired
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I think the security guard went to investigate the alarms and calls from nearby rooms and is who likely ended any hopes the shooter had for his "escape plan." Guard then communicated with police who assembled team.



I can't imagine under what possible "plan" he wouldn't think they would be able to figure out pretty quickly, which room he was shooting from.


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