SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — The Las Vegas massacre brings up bad memories for some who lived through a deadly shooting back in 1993 at 101 California Street in San Francisco.
That shooting left nine people dead, including the gunman.
Survivors went on to create an anti-gun violence law center.
On Monday, they shared their reaction to the Las Vegas shooting with KRON4’s Gabe Slate.FULL COVERAGE:
- SNIPER IN HIGH-RISE HOTEL KILLS AT LEAST 58 IN LAS VEGAS
- LAS VEGAS SHOOTER WAS RETIRED, HAD NO CRIMINAL RECORD
- LIVE COVERAGE: KRON4’S LAS VEGAS SISTER STATION
- LAS VEGAS MASSACRE: CONCERT VICTIMS TALK ABOUT SHOOTING
- LAS VEGAS ATTACK IS DEADLIEST SHOOTING IN MODERN US HISTORY
- WOMAN SAYS HUSBAND DIED TRYING TO SAVE HER IN LAS VEGAS SHOOTING ATTACK
- LAS VEGAS SHOOTER’S DAD WAS A BANK ROBBER ON THE FBI MOST WANTED LIST