At least 58 people were killed and more than 500 others injured after a gunman opened fire Sunday night at a country music festival across the street from the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip, authorities said.

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Lost in the chaos: Redondo Beach family searching desperately for daughter

Christiana Duarte had just started as a fan service associate for the Los Angeles Kings. It was her first full-time job since she graduated from University of Arizona in the spring with a degree in business marketing.

Now she’s missing — swept up in the chaos of the mass shooting that took at least 58 lives Sunday night in Las Vegas.

A Redondo Beach native, Duarte attended the Route 91 Harvest country music festival, family friend Hayley Mullin said. Now Duarte’s family is searching for her in Las Vegas and told Mullin on Monday morning that they still had not found the young woman they call Chrissy.

“She went to the concert and as of right now is missing,” said Mullin of Redondo Beach.

Mullin said that a friend of Duarte’s who was with her has been located at a Las Vegas hospital. Complicating matters further, it appears that even before the shooting, Duarte lost her cellphone and ID.

The family knows that “her friend has been found, but she doesn’t have her ID or phone. It looks like she lost  the phone earlier and her ID had been in the back of it. “

A friend of Duarte's went to Instagram to ask for information about her. "PLEASE if anyone has seen Chrissy reach out!!"

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