Kiwi in Vegas: Gunfire kept coming in waves

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Newstalk ZB staff,
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Audio,
Publish Date
Tuesday, 3 October 2017, 8:10AM
He said the lobby soon filled with people seeking refuge from the chaos outside. (Photo \ Getty Images)

Kiwi Greg Foster was in a neighbouring hotel to the gunman when the horror broke out.

He said the lobby soon filled with people seeking refuge from the chaos outside.

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Greg Foster told Larry Williams the volleys of rapid gunfire were relentless.

"There was a volley of gunfire and then it would stop and then it start again. He was either reloading or changing firearm. It just kept coming wave, after wave, after wave."

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He said the lobby soon filled with people seeking refuge from the chaos outside.

"Certainly there were a lot of panicked people that had come from the concert. There were people being dragged into the hotel room . Police Officers were running around and telling us to get back to our room. It was quite a chaotic scene."

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