Two soldiers from Wales have described how they helped the injured victims and first responders during Sunday's mass shooting in Las Vegas.
The troops from the 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards were on a break from a training exercise in Nevada when the shooting erupted close to a casino they were in.
Fifty eight people were killed when Stephen Paddock opened fire from the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino onto country music fans at an open air concert below.
Trooper Dean Priestley from Kinmel Bay said he went on to treat and reassure victims in the casino.
Trooper James Astbury, from Ruthin, said the soldiers split up to try and tend to as many victims as they could.