Shattered Mandalay Bay windows replaced on Las Vegas shooter's hotel suite

Shattered Mandalay Bay windows replaced on Las Vegas shooter’s hotel suite. 10/24/17 (Gerard Ramalho | KSNV)

The shattered windows looking out from Stephen Paddock’s 32nd-floor hotel suite at Mandalay Bay have been replaced with what appears to be new glass.

The repairs happened sometime between Sunday evening, and Tuesday morning.

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For the first five days after Oct. 1, while the room was still an active crime scene, curtains could be seen blowing out from the interior of the hotel suite.

On Oct. 6, repair workers covered over the shattered openings with large rectangular panels.

The 32nd-floor room is just over 1700 square feet in size.

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Last Thursday, a judge ordered MGM not to alter the room, or any potential evidence in the case, before a hearing this Monday in a civil suit.

Jennifer Sheppard, who was shot three times in the attack, is suing Mandalay Bay.

Sheppard claims negligence by the hotel led to the shooting that claimed 58 lives.

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