Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman has been meeting with survivors, talking with law enforcement and giving interviews since the early hours of Monday morning, just hours after a gunman open fired on a crowd at a concert on the Strip.
She told KNPR's State of Nevada that she is inspired by the city that we live in, following the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip.
"I cannot believe the outpouring of love and affection from around the country," she said, "But the remarkable passion that this community that we call home for supporting everybody who has been touched by this tragic event and by the loss of these 59 beautiful people."
Goodman visited victims and survivors early Monday morning. She said walking around the emergency room "you could feel your heart drop out of your body."
Despite all that's gone on in Southern Nevada, Goodman said people shouldn't be afraid to enjoy all that our valley has to offer.
"You can't live your life being afraid," she said, plus she added first responders around Southern Nevada are trained for situations like the one that happened Sunday night.
Carolyn Goodman, mayor, City of Las Vegas
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