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Mandalay Bay, concert promoter sued by hundreds of Las Vegas massacre survivors

LOS ANGELES - Lawyers representing more than 450 victims of the Oct. 1 Las Vegas massacre filed multiple lawsuits Monday in Los Angeles County Superior Court, arguing that hotel and concert officials did not do enough to prevent a shooting that left 58 people dead.

More than 15 additional lawsuits have already been filed as victims seek financial compensation for

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