A photo taken inside Sunrise Hospital Medical Center in Las Vegas shows the floors of the trauma wing stained with blood after they treated hundreds of victims from Sunday's mass shooting.
Las Vegas police have updated the estimates and now believe 58 people were killed and over 500 were injured.
The hospital says they treated 180 patients following the shooting, 14 of those passed away.
Todd P. Sklamberg, CEO of Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center, said in a statement, "Our Trauma Center physicians and hospital staff have done an amazing job. So far, we have performed approximately 30 surgeries. This has been an unprecedented response to an unprecedented tragedy. Our trauma team and all supporting nursing units, critical care areas and ancillary services are all at work this morning in the aftermath of this tragedy – and most stayed throughout the night – to help the victims and to assist their loved ones."
Police are requesting immediate blood donations from locals and directing them to the United Blood Services.
If you don't live in the area but still want to donate blood, here is how to find your local Red Cross blood bank.