Fire chief wants changes in wake of Las Vegas mass shooting

CARSON CITY, Nevada (AP) — A Las Vegas-area fire chief who warned lawmakers months before a 2017 mass shooting at a music festival that Nevada should bolster its emergency management planning said he wants to bypass state lawmakers to get changes made. Six months before the October 1, 2017, shooting on the Las Vegas Strip that killed 58 and left hundreds injured, Clark County Fire Department Chief Greg Cassell testified before state legislators in favour of a bill that would have required more coordination of emergency medical resources ahead of such a large event. More details in Monday’s Borneo Bulletin