Eiffel Tower Lights Turn off To Tribute Las Vegas Victim

Eiffel Tower Lights Turn off To Tribute Las Vegas Victim

The Eiffel Tower went dim overnight to pay reverence to the casualties of two tragedies: the mass shooting in Las Vegas that left 59 individuals dead and more than 500 harmed and the end of the week cut assault in the French port city of Marseille.

Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo tweeted Monday that “Today around evening time we kill the lights of the Eiffel Tower at midnight (6 p.m. ET)” to respect the casualties of the two assaults, proceeding with a routine with regards to bowing in regard to casualties of frightfulness by obscuring the sparkling landmark that crowns the City of Light.

The assault late Sunday by a solitary shooter in Las Vegas was the most exceedingly awful mass shooting in current American history.

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