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Las Vegas Massacre Victims From Southern California

These are the people from Southern California who died at a concert massacre in Las Vegas

These are the victims from Southern California killed when a gunman fired from a hotel room on the Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival in Las Vegas on Sunday. The shooting left at least 59 people dead and hundreds injured. It is the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.

For an up to date list of victims from Southern California see our photo gallery.

Sandy Casey, Manhattan Beach

Casey was a special education teacher from the Manhattan Beach Unified School District. Casey worked at the district for nine years.

"This is unbelievably sad and tragic," said Superintendent Mike Matthews. "We lost a spectacular teacher who devoted her life to helping some of our most needy students."

Rocio Guillen, Eastvale

Jesse Guillen, her ex-husband and father of four children, wrote: "Words can not explain how much it hurts me to see the pain in my boys eyes when they found out that their mom was taken from them last night in Las Vegas by a senseless act of violence. Please hold your loved ones close. Life is too short and too precious. Please keep Marcus, Christopher and Rocios 2 small infant children in your prayers."

Rachael Parker, 33, Manhattan Beach

Parker was a records technician at the Manhattan Beach Police Department.

Susan Smith, 53, Simi Valley

Smith was a Simi Valley Unified School District office manager. She worked for the district for 16 years.

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