RENO, Nev. — A gunman holding a hostage opened hearth from the eighth ground of a luxurious high-rise condominium in Reno, Nev., on Tuesday, capturing for about 20 minutes onto the streets under, the authorities mentioned. No accidents had been reported.

The person died Tuesday after a SWAT staff descended on him whereas he was barricaded on the high-rise, generally known as the Montage, Deputy Chief Tom Robinson mentioned. It was not instantly clear whether or not he was killed by police gunfire or his personal. Nobody else, together with the hostage, was damage.

The gunman’s title has not been launched. Chief Robinson described him solely as a younger grownup.

The condominium tower is surrounded by a few of downtown Reno’s hottest casinos, and the gunfire introduced eerie echoes of the Las Vegas rampage that killed dozens two months in the past. However other than the gunman nobody was reported damage in Tuesday’s assault, because the streets had been largely empty on a chilly weeknight.

Stephen Paddock, the person who opened hearth on Oct. 1 in Las Vegas from the Mandalay Bay lodge and on line casino onto an out of doors live performance under, killing 58 folks, had owned a unit on the Montage. Data present he offered the property final December.

“While you heard it’s coming from above it reminds you of the man capturing from Mandalay Bay,” mentioned Mike Pavicich, who was in Reno on enterprise from Las Vegas and was standing atop a parking storage on the neighboring Eldorado Resort On line casino when the photographs rang out.

“It’s scary, you realize?” Mr. Pavicich instructed The Las Vegas Assessment-Journal. “This is similar sort of city.”

The constructing was as soon as a on line casino itself earlier than it was transformed into luxurious condos, based on its web site.

Trooper Chris Kelley of the Nevada Freeway Patrol instructed The Reno Gazette-Journal that photographs had been heard from the constructing for at the very least 20 minutes, and tv information reporters mentioned they heard a number of photographs after arriving, although they had been sporadic, not fixed.

Within the assault in Las Vegas, Mr. Paddock modified an AR-15 to unfastened a stream of fixed bullets like an automated weapon.