LAS VEGAS (AP) — Aerial video released by Las Vegas police provides a unique overview but little new information about the deadliest mass shooting in the nation's modern history.
A quick review of footage released Wednesday includes six hours of video from a fixed-wing airplane.
The sequence began more than two hours after the Oct. 1 shooting that killed 58 people and injured hundreds at a concert near the Mandalay Bay resort.
Video also shows the gold-window facade of the hotel where the shooter had fired for about 10 minutes from the 32nd floor.
The footage scans the surrounding neighborhood and features eerie infrared eye-in-the-sky images.
After daylight, some of the newly released video shows investigators wearing yellow jackets beginning to explore debris around the grandstands, VIP area and green field where 22,000 people fled as shots rained down from rapid-fire assault-style weapons.
Police and the FBI say they don't know the shooter's motive, but they determined he acted alone and the attack had no link to international terrorism.
The material marked the fourth batch of records made public under court orders.