Las Vegas airport temporarily grounds planes after deadly mass shooting

LAS VEGAS (WHDH/AP) — Some flights have resumed at the Las Vegas airport after all planes were temporarily grounded due to the deadly shooting on the Strip.

McCarran International Airport said limited flight activity had resumed early Monday.

Fifty people were killed and over 400 wounded after Stephen Paddock opened fire late Sunday on an outdoor country music festival.

Passengers who were already in the air as they traveled from Las Vegas to Boston said they learned of the shooting by watching the in-flight televisions.

This attack is affecting flights going in and out of Logan International Airport. Click here for the status of flights at Logan.

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