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Calgary-area mother missing following Las Vegas shooting

Calgary-area mother missing following Las Vegas shooting
WATCH: Family and friends are frantically trying to find out information about a missing Alberta woman. Tara Roe has not been heard from since the shooting in Las Vegas. Nancy Hixt reports.

Family and friends are frantically trying to find information about a Calgary-area mother who has been missing since the Las Vegas music festival shooting Sunday night.

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A photo of Tara Roe is being shared on several social media sites.

One post reads: “We are worried sick and her family needs her found safe.”

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Roe, 34, is a model in Calgary and a mother of two.

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A friend told Global News she was in Las Vegas with her husband.

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At least 59 people are dead, including two Canadians, and more than 500 were injured, after a lone gunman opened fire from a 32nd-floor hotel room, raining bullets down on attendees at the Route 91 Harvest Festival.

Police said Stephen Craig Paddock, 64, opened fire on some 22,000 people before police stormed the hotel room perched above the strip and found the suspect dead.

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Watch below: Christine Berry from the Calgary Counselling Centre talks to Scott Fee about dealing with tragic current events in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting.

How to deal with tragic events in wake of Las Vegas shooting
How to deal with tragic events in wake of Las Vegas shooting

With files from Global’s Adam Frisk