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iPhone saves woman’s life during Las Vegas shooting spree

October 4, 2017

A woman’s rose-gold iPhone saved her life after stopping a bullet from hitting her during the deadly Las Vegas shooting that killed at least 59 people and injured over 525 others.

The concertgoer who refused to be identified publicly showed a cab driver her damaged phone which was completely shattered from the backside after getting a bullet’s hit, KLAS reported.

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A photo of the popular device shows the back of the iPhone broken from the bottom. However, it is unclear where or how the woman was holding her phone while fleeing the horrific scene.

The shooter, Stephen Paddock, 64, died from a gunshot wound. According to police, Paddock fired at the crowd from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino.

It took approximately 72 minutes for the police to reach the attackers room. He had cameras installed throughout the hallway.

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Paddock fought the police when they tried entering his room but he had already killed himself before the SWAT team could apprehend him.

He was a retired accountant who worked as an internal auditor at Lockheed Martin and his motive for the horrendous attack is still being investigated.

This article originally appeared on Daily Mail

The post iPhone saves woman’s life during Las Vegas shooting spree appeared first on The Express Tribune.

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