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  • Man risks his life to help save wounded during Las Vegas attack on Sunday
  • Raymond Page recorded the shooting spree, which killed 58, with his phone
  • Page would come to the rescue more than half a dozen people
  • Page said that he used his pick-up truck to ferry the wounded to safety 

By Daniel Roth For Dailymail.com

Published: 18:42 EDT, 5 October 2017 | Updated: 19:42 EDT, 5 October 2017

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A Las Vegas city employee risked life and limb to help people under intense gunfire during Sunday's shooting spree that left 58 dead and over 500 wounded. 

Raymond Page was adjusting traffic signals when he heard gunshots ring out, and turned on his camera phone to record the events taking place.

'It was almost like it was a movie, as it was happening,' Page told the Las Vegas Review-Journal in the wake of the rampage.  

Traffic worker Raymond Page risked his life to help save wounded during Las Vegas attack on Sunday
Traffic worker Raymond Page risked his life to help save wounded during Las Vegas attack on Sunday

Traffic worker Raymond Page risked his life to help save wounded during Las Vegas attack on Sunday

While 64-year-old Stephen Paddock was in the midst of what would be deadliest shooting spree in US history, Page was transporting wounded individuals to safety with his pick-up truck.

At the end of day, he would come to the rescue more than half a dozen individuals, according to ABC News 13. 

Page's footage shows hundreds of people spilling onto the Vegas strip, fleeing the carnage taking place on the grounds of the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino, where Paddock had rented a room to conduct his deadly assault. 

People had gathered to attend a country music concert taking place in front of the hotel.

Along with a the sound of rapid fire gunshots, officers can be heard barking at fans to move as fast as they can. 

Page recorded the shooting spree, which killed 58 and wounded more than 500, with his phone
Page recorded the shooting spree, which killed 58 and wounded more than 500, with his phone

Page recorded the shooting spree, which killed 58 and wounded more than 500, with his phone

Page used his pick-up truck to transport wounded concert goers away from danger during the assault 
Page used his pick-up truck to transport wounded concert goers away from danger during the assault 

Page used his pick-up truck to transport wounded concert goers away from danger during the assault 

'Run! Don't walk!' and 'Keep your head down!' police urged confused pedestrians in the direction away from the gunfire. 

Despite the mayhem circling all around, Page moves towards the epicenter of the violence, encountering frighten and wounded along the way. 

Sixty-four year old Stephen Paddock (pictured) conducted the worst mass shooting in US history on Sunday
Sixty-four year old Stephen Paddock (pictured) conducted the worst mass shooting in US history on Sunday

Sixty-four year old Stephen Paddock (pictured) conducted the worst mass shooting in US history on Sunday

'You need to run that way... It'd be a lot safer,' Page tells a group of people huddled against a barrier. 

Another man, suffering from a gunshot wound to the arm, walks up to Page and pleads for help. 

'I need help... I need an ambulance,' the man says, who later identifies himself as 'Chuck' while a Las Vegas Metro police officer helps bandage his wound. 

Page then goes off and looks for on-the-scene medical assistance for wounded victims. 

He tells the Review-Journal that he returned with his pick-up truck, loading the man with the wounded arm plus another five or six people into his vehicle.

'I was kind of reacting to everything that was happening as it was happening,' he said. 'My biggest thing about what happened is that there's not a plan for getting injured people out if there's an active shooter.' 

Page said he is still trying to come to terms with what happened on Sunday evening, saying he's still coping with the aftermath. 

'That's the one thing,' he said. 'Everyone was just helpless and vulnerable.' 

 Raymond Page (pictured) says he's still trying to reconcile with the events of Sunday evening 
 Raymond Page (pictured) says he's still trying to reconcile with the events of Sunday evening 

 Raymond Page (pictured) says he's still trying to reconcile with the events of Sunday evening 

 

 

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