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In 100 Words: Tragedy in Vegas

Around 60 lives were claimed in the Las Vegas shooting incident, considered the worst such attack in American history. (Photo credit: Getty Images)

Totally gruesome and tragic.

Gunfire enveloped a music festival in Las Vegas, Nevada early Monday morning (Monday afternoon in Manila). When the smoke was cleared, around 60 people were killed and over 500 more were wounded.

Even news networks in the Philippines can’t help but feel a tragic sense of loss for the victims. Throughout most of the day, attention shifted to the incident in Las Vegas, where they kept an eye on the latest updates surrounding the worst mass shooting in American history.

It remains to be seen if there are Filipino victims in this horrible attack. For now, stay tuned to CNN Philippines, the ABS-CBN News Channel, GMA News TV and DZMM TeleRadyo for more updates on the Las Vegas shooting, and to see if Filipinos were affected in this incident.

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7 thoughts on “In 100 Words: Tragedy in Vegas

    • I didn’t include them anymore due to their unreliability. AksyonTV, which was a news channel when first launched, is becoming an S+A clone and with lack of funds, they are no longer a good source for news reports. No wonder News5 is so weak to the point that they are close to a vegetative state, because LCV failed to improve their seemingly irreversible situation.

      Wish I can also mention Eagle News and UNTV News as well, but they are stuck in a general entertainment and public service channel.

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