Vegas Trying To "Get Back To Normal" After Shooting
5 October 2017, 10:58 | Updated: 5 October 2017, 11:16
Capital's been told how people in Las Vegas seem to be trying to "get back to normal" after Sunday's shooting.
58 people were killed - and more than 500 injured - when Stephen Paddock opened fire on festival goers.
Jess Bumby from Nottingham was in a hotel nearby when it happened.
She says you could really feel the change in atmosphere the next day.
Investigations are still continuing into why Paddock did what he did - with the 64-year-old's girlfriend saying she was completely unaware he was planning the attack.
Marilou Danley returned to the US from the Phillippines yesterday to answer questions from the FBI.
President Trump's visited Vegas to meet some of the survivors and police officers involved.
He's tweeted to share his support.
WE LOVE YOU LAS VEGAS! pic.twitter.com/nxRWeR1gEz— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 4 October 2017
On behalf of a GRATEFUL NATION, THANK YOU to all of the First Responders (HEROES) who saved countless lives in Las Vegas on Sunday night. pic.twitter.com/ZxuMYWnNHv— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 5 October 2017