Southern California bore a heavy toll in Sunday's Las Vegas shooting with more than half of the victims hailing from the Southland.
The Clark County Coroner's office late Thursday released the names of the 58 victims killed. Thirty-one lived, worked or had strong ties to Southern California.
Many of the victims were country music fans drawn to the Route 91 Harvest Festival. The open air concert was located below the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, where law enforcement authorities say gunman Stephen Paddock shot at attendees from the 32nd floor. Authorities said he then took his own life.
The large number of people from SoCal who were killed exceeds expectations, given Las Vegas tourism numbers, which indicate 27 percent of its visitors are from this region.
The family of all 58 victims have been notified of the deaths, Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg said at a Thursday press conference.
The list of victims reflects the diversity of Southern California. Some served in law enforcement, taught special education students and kindergarteners, worked at Disneyland and in offices, and others attended college. They were white, black, Latino and Asian. Some were young and others older.
Below is the full list of 58 victims. Any Southern California ties have been indicated in the far-right column.
(Source: Clarke County Coroner. Location information confirmed directly by KPCC, the Associated Press or via multiple media reports.)