At least 50 people were killed and more than 400 wounded in the worst mass shooting in American history. The maniac ‘Stephen Paddock’ shot from the balcony of a hotel in Las Vegas a thousand times against the crowd that was at a music festival. The bloody shooting spread terror among the Americans.

Las Vegas attack: The Mandalay Bay Resort

You can see horrible scenes of the savagery that shows the blood-filled music concert seats, after the shots from a balcony at casino ‘Mandalay Bay Resort.'

At least four long sequences of shots heard over a period of more than a minute, which is believed to be shot with a semi-automatic rifle.

The devastating attack, which started shortly after 10 pm on Sunday (1st), is larger than the shooting in ‘Pulse’ nightclub last year which left 49 people dead in Orlando, Florida.

Those at the festival threw themselves on the ground to protect themselves from the shots as bullets passed over people. Traumatized witnesses said they saw victims hit in the head. The bullets created an echoing effect around the tall buildings, increasing terror and panic as people became confused as to where the shootings originated.

'Stephen Paddock': The suspect killed by SWAT teams

The suspect in the shooting was found dead on the 32nd floor of Mandalay Bay Resort after SWAT teams stormed the hotel room. Police have confirmed that the "lonely wolf" was Stephen Paddock, 64 years.

According to the police, an arsenal of at least eight weapons was found in the assassin's room.

The man is believed to be a grandfather, who lived in a remote home in the Mesquite desert, 80 miles northeast of Las Vegas, near the border of the state of Arizona. However, police said they had found a 62-year-old woman, Marilou Danley, who was reported by CBS to be Paddock's wife and sought for interrogation by police.

Donald Trump tweeted: 'God bless you!'

The White House has said President Donald Trump is being briefed on the situation. Trump made a publication on his official Twitter account: "My warmest condolences and compassion for the victims and families of the terrible massacre in Las Vegas. God bless you!"

About 22,000 spectators were at the country music concert and dodged the fires to preserve their lives.

Terrorist attacks are increasing in North America and Europe. Only this year, several terror attacks have been recorded, some are more serious than common. This time, Las Vegas was the target of the radicals.