Healing garden and remembrance wall built in downtown Las Vegas

Healing Garden and Remembrance Wall built in Downtown Las Vegas. 10/06/17 (Jami Seymore | KSNV)

The Las Vegas Healing Garden and Remembrance Wall attracted hundreds of people on Friday night for a ribbon cutting.

Three days ago members of the city got together and a sketch was made on a napkin. On Friday, a wall and 58 trees are peacefully planted to remember the victims who died during the Route 91 Harvest festival.

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"Our community hurts," said Wendy Parker.

Mayor Carolyn Goodman and Councilman Coffin spoke after several groups sang for attendees.

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"I know tonight if the sky is clear they'll be some new stars up there but never be ashamed to ask for help," said Goodman.

The garden and wall are located near Casino Center Boulevard and Coolidge Avenue in Downtown Las Vegas.

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