Thousands of people were at the Route 91 Harvest festival when a shooter opened fire on the crowd, including a few people from Saskatchewan.
Teresa was one of the festival-goers in Las Vegas at the time.
“We were at the concert every single night from the start,” Teresa told the Z99 morning show. “We actually considered not going that evening but changed our minds.”
She said they were going to the bar to get a drink when they heard a popping noise.
“We thought they were firecrackers.”
She said she thought she could see blinking coming from the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.
After the popping started again, she realized they were gunshots.
“We hit the ground, there was a pause and basically everyone, we just started to run.”
She said her and the person she was with went a different route than the main exit to escape, going to where the food vendors were.
She said while they were running, they tried to remain as calm as possible.
While they avoided seeing the carnage, a few of her friends saw bodies on the ground and people getting shot at.
She said they were able to make it to their hotel room at the MGM.
“We basically sat in between our beds, barricaded the door and waited to hear.”
She said when they went out Tuesday, everyone was going about business as usual.
“I guess that’s how you get through that.”
Four Canadians were killed in the attack.