To survive twice in a bar in California, there were people who survived the shooting in Las Vegas

Some of the people in the bar at Thousand oaks (CA) when there was shooting, survived in 2017 shooting at a music festival in Las Vegas.

23-year-old Chandler Gunn heard about the shooting at the bar, immediately rushed there. At the bar he worked his friend who last year was among the audience of country music festival Route 91 Harvest in Vegas, which killed 58 people and injured hundreds of others. According to the girl, in California, the shooter first threw in a bar a smoke bomb with some tear gas. After hearing the shots, she immediately ran away and escaped.

«There are people who quietly lived her entire life without encountering something like this, says Gunn. — And there are those who were twice on the verge of death.»

27-year-old Josh Cowley in alarm waited at the bar of a message from his friend, who was also in Vegas during the shooting. According to Cowley, soon buddy wrote that he was all right.

A night that should’ve been filled with dancing & laughter turned tragic by senseless violence — our hearts are heavy for the people of Thousand Oaks and everyone affected by the mass shooting at the Borderline Bar, which took 12 lives including @VENTURASHERIFF Sergeant Ron Helus

— LAPD HQ (@LAPDHQ) December 8, 2018

That terrible evening in the bar there was about 20 friends 24-year-old Charles Edgar, residing in the suburbs of Los Angeles. A few of them last year was at a festival in Las Vegas. All of them managed to escape and this time they reacted quickly, hiding in the toilet.

Recall, October 1, 2017 in Las Vegas Stephen Paddock opened fire from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel by a crowd of 22 thousand people gathered at a country festival. Then killed 58 people, hundreds more were injured. The paddock on the same evening committed suicide.