IRVINE, Calif. -- As Las Vegas is preparing to mark the one-year anniversary of the mass shooting that claimed 58 lives, events to honor those who were lost have already begun.
A man who made crosses for each of the victims in the days after the massacre has brought new ones back.
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Greg Zanis arrived Friday in Las Vegas, where one by one he displayed the newest set of Crosses for Losses at the iconic Vegas welcome sign -- just as he did last year.
Zanis decided to bring them back to help people cope with Monday's anniversary.
Starting on Sunday, Zanis is beginning a 58-hour vigil, one hour for each of the victims.
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