Donations are pouring in for a former Saskatchewan resident who was severely injured in the Las Vegas mass shooting.
Ryan Sarrazin was considered one of over 500 people injured when a gunman opened fireplace Sunday night from the 32nd flooring of the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino.
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A GoFundMe web page was arrange for Sarrazin, who now lives in Alberta however was initially from Spiritwood.
Over $51,000 has been raised, which will probably be used to help with Sarrazin’s medical and journey bills.
Sarrazin is just not the one individual injured on the Route 91 Music Festival with a Saskatchewan connection.
Carrie-Lynn Denis of Leoville was shot in the foot.
Kim Ackerson, the regional supervisor for Innovation Credit Union, stated Denis was OK however didn’t have extra info.
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At least 59 people had been killed and greater than 500 had been injured, after Stephen Paddock, 64, opened fireplace on some 22,000 people on the music competition.
Four Canadians are among the many lifeless.
Jordan Mclldoon, 23, of Maple Ridge, B.C. was the primary Canadian Global News confirmed killed in the Las Vegas music competition shooting.
On Monday, Alberta’s Jessica Klymchuk was confirmed to be the second of the Canadian victims in the Las Vegas shooting.
An Alberta lady, Calla Medig, was confirmed because the third Canadian killed on the competition.
Tara Roe, from Okotoks, Alta., has been recognized because the fourth sufferer.
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It was the biggest mass shooting in U.S. historical past.
With a file from The Canadian Press
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