Ellen meets with Las Vegas survivors Jesus Campos, Stephen Schuck

Murky Timeline is a Focus of Las Vegas Shooting Probe

Paddock is accused of killing 58 people and injuring almost 500. This was around the time the mass shooting began. "I don't know how he was shooting but he shot out", he said. Campos didn't contact his union in the days after he walked away. "Just healing mentally and physically", he told DeGeneres.

Clad in a gray suit and tie, Campos recounted how he was on the 31st floor when he got a radio call to inspect a hallway door that had been left ajar near Paddock's room on the 32nd floor and arrived to find it jammed with brackets. He used the stairwells to get there, but couldn't get past a barricaded door and had to use the elevator.

The guard said he had reached the floor through another stairwell and inspected the metal bracket from the other side.

Friends and co-workers describe Campos to be a private person, but even his neighbors are stunned by his disappearance.

Schuck, the building engineer, said he had just rounded the corner when he noticed Campos and started to hear the gunfire. "I felt a consuming sensation". He realized he had been shot when he lifted his pant leg and saw blood. "That's when I called it in on my radio that shots have been fired".

Campos is speaking for the first time in public after being interviewed by police.

Campos hid in a doorway and alerted his coworker Stephen Schuck, and a woman who came out of another room.

"He's a hero", Ruano said, "and nobody knows where he is".

Schuck said Campos leaned out from a door entrance and yelled for him to take cover.

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"Inside milliseconds, on the off chance that he didn't state that, I would have hit", Schuck told DeGeneres. Mostly down the corridor, he saw Campos and heard noisy clamors. "Whether it was metro, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the community especially coming to together to help everyone in need, the first responders, even the people that got called in to assist in the hospitals, and just everything is to put the pieces to gather on how everyone came to help that night, even in the darkest hour".

"Everything puts pieces together on how everyone came together to help that night, even in the darkest hour", he said.

Campos and Schuck declined to acknowledge cash from the show, yet DeGeneres still presented the men with a couple of blessings.

And Jesus with Raiders season tickets once the team moves to Las Vegas. Campos, who was injured during the shooting, was set to make a series of television appearances, but then canceled them.

In this October 17, 2017, photo released by Warner Bros., Stephen Schuck, left, and Jesus Campos appear with host Ellen Degeneres during a taping of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" at the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank, Calif. Schuck, a building engineer, and Campos, a security guard, were working at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino the night of the mass shooting on October 1.

"He's asked that everyone respect his request for privacy", the statement read. "We could not be more proud of Jesus", MGM said.

Campos had been hailed as a hero by authorities, who initially said he diverted the gunman's attention and made him stop firing on the crowd.

The mystery is over: Las Vegas security guard Jesus Campos has been found.

The company that owns the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino issued a statement Tuesday that implied it was in touch with Campos as questions mounted over the Las Vegas casino's response to the mass shooting. The latest police timeline essentially agrees with that.

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