Las Vegas Residents Wait In Line All Night To Donate Blood

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Las Vegas residents waited in line all night to donate blood following the deadliest mass shooting in the U.S. Sunday night.

Good Samaritans came together to line up all night so they could donate blood to the victims, following the devastating mass shooting that left at least 50 dead and over 500 injured. The lines went out the door so many individuals contributed to the cause, reported The Telegraph.

“We’ve been drawing since about 4 o’clock this morning,” said Erik Hill, regional director of United Blood Services tweeted.

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department urged people over Twitter to donate blood to help victims early Monday, causing massive crowds.

“It’s 6:40 am, and there is a line out the door and around the block. People waiting to donate blood at United Blood Service” tweeted a witness.

“Another pic of blood center. My friend there says line is out the door. Again, this was at 4:15. People care,” said another Twitter user.

Alleged shooter Stephen Packer, a 64-year-old Nevada resident, killed himself after the rampage.

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