Las Vegas Survivors Tell Ellen DeGeneres About Their Run-in With the Gunman

The wound of the Las Vegas shooting that left 58 dead and hundreds wounded is still fresh. Though, the story of the first man to come into contact with the gunman Stephen Paddock is now being told in full on The Ellen Show.

Jesus Campos is the Mandalay Bay security guard that was shot by Paddock before his heinous act. Today he told DeGeneres about his run-in with Paddock.

"Ellen sat down with Mandalay Bay security officer Jesus Campos and building engineer Stephen Schuck, who were the first people to encounter the assailant on the night of the mass shooting," according to The Ellen Show description.

According to Campos' recount on The Ellen Show, he was shot before the shooting of innocent concert-goers began. He revealed that he did make the radio call after being shot.

He was led to the floor of the gunman when received an alert about an open door on the 32 floor.

Upon making his way up, he realized the door was blocked, presumably by the gunman.

He the met up with Stephen Schuck who was sent up to investigate why the door was block, but instead found Campos after he had been shot in the leg.

"At that time I heard what I assumed was drilling sounds," Campos said, according to the Los Angeles Times.

"As Campos walked down the hall, away from Paddock's suite, the outer door of the access room, which was unblocked, closed loudly behind him.'I believe that's what caught the shooter's attention,' Campos said.

'As I was walking down, I heard rapid fire, and at first I took cover.'"

You can hear more of this terrifying story in The Ellen Show video below.

Las Vegas Survivors Tell Ellen DeGeneres About Their Run-in With the Gunman