A total of 58 people were killed and injured hundreds more when firearms opened to the crowd attending a folk music festival on October 1, 2017.
Today, people from all over the moments in Las Vegas were gathered including Nathan O'Neal of KOB.
Honor Guard was a march in association with the pipe play marked at the beginning of the ceremony that followed words from Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval to write banners at half-creams from sunrise to sunset.
– Governor Sandoval (@GovSandoval) September 28, 2018
"Today we are reminded of pain that does not really go away," said Sandoval with a crowd of survivors and families victims at today's ceremony.
Among the 58 victims included New Mexico, Lisa Romero-Muniz, who was attending the festival with her spouse.
Romero-Muniz was an employee with Gallup McKinley School District.