Multiple Maryland officials are making statements after the most deadly mass shooting in U.S. history happened in Las Vegas.
Over 50 people have died and more than 500 are injured after 64-year-old, Stephen Paddock, unleashed a hailstorm of bullets at a country concert.
Baltimore Mayor, Catherine Pugh, has offered prayers to those affected by the shooting,
"Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected by the senseless tragedy in Las Vegas. The people of Baltimore stand with you. To the courageous police officers and first responders, thank you for your acts of bravery."
Maryland Governor, Larry Hogan, also said he was praying for those affected by the horrific shooting,
"The First Lady and I are praying for Las Vegas in the aftermath of the horrific shooting last night - an unconscionable and violent act of hate. We send our deepest sympathies to everyone who lost loved ones and will continue to pray for all those injured and fighting to recover. The law enforcement and first responders who rushed to the scene undoubtedly saved countless lives through their courageous actions, and the country owes them a debt of gratitude. Maryland stands in unity, today and always, with Las Vegas."