Number of victims of the worst mass shootings in the United States between 1982 and June 2018

Worst mass shootings in the U.S., as of June 2018 The statistic shows the number of victims of the worst mass shootings in the United States between 1982 and June 2018. On October 1, 2017, Stephen Paddock attacked a crowd of concert-goers on the Las Vegas strip, killing 58 and injuring 546 others. He took his own life before authorities could apprehend him.
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FatalitiesInjured
Las Vegas Strip massacre (Las Vegas, NV, 2017) 58546
Orlando nightclub massacre (Orlando, Florida, 2016) 4953
Virginia Tech massacre (Blacksburg, Virginia, 2007) 3223
Sandy Hook Elementary massacre (Newtown, Connecticut, 2012) 272
Texas First Baptist Church massacre (Sutherland Springs, TX, 2017) 2620
Luby's massacre (Killeen, Texas, 1991) 2420
San Ysidro McDonald's massacre (San Ysidro, California, 1984) 2219
Stoneman Douglas High School shooting (Parkland, Florida, 2018)1714
United States Postal Service shooting (Edmond, Oklahoma, 1986) 156
Binghamton shootings (Binghamton, New York, 2009) 144
Columbine High School massacre (Littleton, Colorado, 1999) 1324
Fort Hood massacre (Fort Hood, Texas, 2009) 1330
Washington Navy Yard shooting (Washington, D.C., 2013) 128
Aurora theater shooting (Aurora, Colorado, 2012) 1270
GMAC massacre (Jacksonville, Florida, 1990) 104
Red Lake massacre (Red Lake, Minnesota, 2005) 105
Westroads Mall shooting (Omaha, Nebraska, 2007) 94
Umpqua Community College shooting (Roseburg, Oregon, 2015) 99
Charleston Church Shooting (Charleston, South Carolina, 2015) 91
Atlanta day trading spree killings (Atlanta, Georgia, 1999) 913
101 California Street shootings (San Francisco, California, 1993) 96
Standard Gravure shooting (Louisville, Kentucky, 1989) 912
Hartford Beer Distributor shooting (Manchester, Connecticut, 2010) 92
Seal Beach shooting (Seal Beach, California, 2011) 81
Wedgwood Baptist Church shooting (Fort Worth, Texas, 1999) 87
FatalitiesInjured
Las Vegas Strip massacre (Las Vegas, NV, 2017) 58546
Orlando nightclub massacre (Orlando, Florida, 2016) 4953
Virginia Tech massacre (Blacksburg, Virginia, 2007) 3223
Sandy Hook Elementary massacre (Newtown, Connecticut, 2012) 272
Texas First Baptist Church massacre (Sutherland Springs, TX, 2017) 2620
Luby's massacre (Killeen, Texas, 1991) 2420
San Ysidro McDonald's massacre (San Ysidro, California, 1984) 2219
Stoneman Douglas High School shooting (Parkland, Florida, 2018)1714
United States Postal Service shooting (Edmond, Oklahoma, 1986) 156
Binghamton shootings (Binghamton, New York, 2009) 144
Columbine High School massacre (Littleton, Colorado, 1999) 1324
Fort Hood massacre (Fort Hood, Texas, 2009) 1330
Washington Navy Yard shooting (Washington, D.C., 2013) 128
Aurora theater shooting (Aurora, Colorado, 2012) 1270
GMAC massacre (Jacksonville, Florida, 1990) 104
Red Lake massacre (Red Lake, Minnesota, 2005) 105
Westroads Mall shooting (Omaha, Nebraska, 2007) 94
Umpqua Community College shooting (Roseburg, Oregon, 2015) 99
Charleston Church Shooting (Charleston, South Carolina, 2015) 91
Atlanta day trading spree killings (Atlanta, Georgia, 1999) 913
101 California Street shootings (San Francisco, California, 1993) 96
Standard Gravure shooting (Louisville, Kentucky, 1989) 912
Hartford Beer Distributor shooting (Manchester, Connecticut, 2010) 92
Seal Beach shooting (Seal Beach, California, 2011) 81
Wedgwood Baptist Church shooting (Fort Worth, Texas, 1999) 87
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The statistic shows the number of victims of the worst mass shootings in the United States between 1982 and June 2018. On October 1, 2017, Stephen Paddock attacked a crowd of concert-goers on the Las Vegas strip, killing 58 and injuring 546 others. He took his own life before authorities could apprehend him.
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Release date
June 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
1982 to June 2018
Supplementary notes
Data is as of June 28, 2018

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