The Latest: Police still on Vegas Strip after fatal shooting

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The Latest on a fatal shooting on the Las Vegas Strip (all times local):

7:45 a.m.

Officials say police remain at the Cosmopolitan hotel-casino on the Las Vegas Strip several hours after an early morning shooting left two dead and another injured.

The hotel-casino said in a statement that Las Vegas police were helping deal with the aftermath.

Police have said a fight started across the street at the Planet Hollywood site before two women were found fatally shot and a man wounded.

Clark County Deputy Fire Chief Jon Klassen said emergency crews responded to the area near the southern end of the tourism hot spot about 1:30 a.m.

He said there were people treated at the scene and taken to University Medical Center.

The hospital couldn't immediately provide information.

Planet Hollywood's parent company, Caesars Entertainment, couldn't immediately be reached.


6:20 a.m.

Las Vegas police say two people are dead and another is injured after an early morning shooting near the Strip.

Lt. Dan McGrath told Las Vegas TV station KVVU-TV ( that a fight broke out Friday in a parking garage at the Miracle Mile Shops. About 10 minutes later, police got word of the shooting.

Police say a car drove into the valet of the Cosmopolitan hotel on the Strip with a fatally injured woman and a wounded man inside. A second woman was found in the street at the scene of the shooting and died hours later.

Police say they are reviewing surveillance video of the fight. McGrath says no one is in custody.