Here are the victims of the Las Vegas shooting

Georgie Darling
Georgie Darling
The victims of the Vegas shooting

A nurse, an off-duty police officer and a children’s teacher were among the 59 people killed in the Las Vegas massacre.

Around 20,000 people attended this year’s Route 91 Harvest Festival in Nevada hoping for a weekend of music and laughter, before Stephen Paddock opened fire from his Mandaley Bay hotel room.

He injured more than 500 people in what’s been recorded as the biggest mass shooting in recent US history.

Some of the victims have now been identified, as families and friends leave devastating tributes in memory of their loved ones.

More than $3 million has already been raised for victim support.

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From top left to right:

Angela Gomez, Melissa Ramirez, 28, Quinton Robbins, 20, Sonny Melton, 29, Carrie Barnette, 34, Michael Anderson, Sandy Casey, 35.

Jordan McIldoon, 23, Adrian Murfitt, 35, Lisa Romero, Rachael Parker, 33, Charleston Hartfield, Hannah Ahlers, 35.

Jessica Klymchuk, Jenny Parks, Denise Burditus, 50, Neysa Tonks, Jennifer Irvine, 42, Thomas Day Jr, 54.

Erick Silva, Jack Beaton, Kurt Von Tillow, 55, Susan Smith, Bailey Schweitzer, 20, John Phippen.

Christopher Roybal, 28, Austin Davis, Brennan Stewart, Rhonda LeRocque, Dana Gardner, Carrie Barnette.