$31.5M Las Vegas Victims Fund to be distributed in March

At least $18.45 million will be distributed this week to families of the victims who were killed and 10 others who were severely injured during last year's attack

bullet hole fence
LAS VEGAS -- A bullet hole can be seen in the fence by Gate 5 of the Route 91 Music Festival where 58 people lost their lives on the night of October 1, 2017. (Shepard Ambellas/Intellihub)

LAS VEGAS (INTELLIHUB) — The Las Vegas shooting victims’ fund will be paying out at least $18.45M on Friday to the families of the 58 victims who were shot and killed during the 1 October massacre and 10 others who were paralyzed or had suffered a brain injury as a result of the attack.

Each family of the 58 victims will receive $250,000 each along with 10 others who were severely injured while attending the country music concert.

An additional $13,050,000 will be distributed between 532 others.

According to the official website handling the fund, the final allocations will work as follows:

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LasVegasVictimsFund.org

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department reports, 851 people were struck by gunfire fleeing the Route 91 concert.

One-hundred percent of the victims’ fund is expected to be paid out.

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