Jordan Mclldoon Photos: Full Story & Must-See Details Of Shooting Victim

Jordan Mclldoon is one of two Canadian citizens to have died in the deadliest shooting in United States history. On Sunday night, which left 60 people dead and over 500 others hospitalized and injured. Mclldoon is a 23-year-old man from Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada. A woman who was at the scene of the incident, Heather Gooze wrote on her Facebook that Jordan died in her arms.

The shooting occurred on Sunday at around 10 P.M. when suspected mass shooter 64-year-old Stephan Paddock opened fire from his room on the 32nd floor of a Mandalay Bay hotel, across the street from the concert. He fired down upon the crowd below, causing 60 deaths and 526 injuries. Authorities are still investigating the motive in the shooting, and are still clueless as to why someone who commit such a horrific act.
“We only had one child,” Al and Angela McIldoon told the CBC. “We just don’t know what to do.”
Gooze wrote Sunday morning, “Friends and family, I am ok. I am right outside of the festival grounds. We are not allowed to go anywhere. I am with a young man who died in my arms! RIP Jordan mcildoon from British Columbia. I can’t believe this just happened!!!”
Mclldoon was described by his parents as “self-described cowboy boot, tattoo-covered redneck who loved the outdoors.”
The country music fan a heavy-duty mechanic apprentice, who worked at Jacob Bros Construction in Surrey. According to a relative, Mclldoon was only a month away from completing a course to qualify as a heavy-duty mechanic.
He would have celebrated his 24th birthday this upcoming Friday.

What Happened?

The 23-year-old Canadian went with his girlfriend to the Route 91 Festival Harvest concert, featuring country singer James Aldean.
He was just one of 59 victims to be shot down in Las Vegas on Sunday. Roughly 22 thousand fans were attendance at the festival when the shooting began.

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