Victims of Vegas Massacre Will Face Emotional Trauma

(Chase Stevens/Las Vegas Review-Journal via AP)

SEATTLE -- It's been a tough week. People who experienced the horror in Las Vegas are most likely still in shock. Mental health experts say those who were in the killing zone – and their families – will be dealing with this emotional trauma for years to come. Many first respondents may also need counseling to process the carnage they experienced.

On the KOMO Midday News (weekdays 1-3pm), Dr. Doug Zatzick, a psychiatry professor at the UW School of Medicine, talked about this. (Click the photo above to hear the audio).

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