A Las Vegas police officer ducking gunfire and then teaming up with colleagues to rush a high-rise hotel marked the latest release of body-camera video from the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
Police also released more snippets of radio dispatch calls Tuesday under court order in a lawsuit by media including The Associated Press. The department released a total of 34 audio files and three videos in the latest release.
Some calls amounted to simply, "OK, copy," and "You said door 57, right?"
Two videos showed officers directing patrons out of the Mandalay Bay casino, before one joined a team entering a darkened theater to guard the audience at the 1,800-seat Cirque du Soliel show Michael Jackson ONE.
Las Vegas police and the FBI aren't commenting about the releases of police records about the Oct. 1 shooting that killed 58 people and injured hundreds.
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