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In new release, aerial footage shows aftermath of Las Vegas shooting

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Aerial footage taken after the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history shows the broken windows of a Las Vegas Strip casino-hotel suite where the gunman fired at a crowd gathered for a music festival in October.

Videos released Wednesday by police under court order also show the usually bustling Strip blocked off; runways and planes at McCarran International Airport; and officers pointing their weapons and restraining two people about a mile from the site of the shooting.

[RELATED: Police release more body camera video from Oct. 1 shooting]

Police and the FBI are not commenting about the records involving the Oct. 1 shooting that killed 58 people and injured hundreds of others. Authorities have not determined a motive.

[RELATED: Body camera footage, 911 audio released by police from 1 October]

Police previously released video from cameras worn by officers and audio from 911 calls.

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