1 year after Las Vegas shooting: Remembering victims, survivors of the massacre

It was the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history and a day many are still trying to heal from.Monday marks one year since the devastating and tragic shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas.On Oct. 1, 2017, more than 22,000 people gathered for a country music festival. But as the festival’s final headlining act Jason Aldean was performing, gunfire erupted and chaos ensued.Story continues below

READ MORE: These are the Canadians killed or injured in the Las Vegas shooting“What gets lost sometimes is that the impact to that 22,000 is trauma,” Kevin Schiller from Clark Country told Global News. “We have 45 million tourists a year. With this event, I think it really brought out our community banding together. For outreach for everyone … recognizing they were here and not expecting this to happen and we want to make sure we are there to support them.”In the end, 58 people were killed, including four Canadians, and 869 others were injured.WATCH: Dramatic cell phone footage shows moment of Las Vegas shooting