Concertgoer: "I didn't want to die"

LAS VEGAS, Nevada (WABC) -- Concertgoer Brian Claypool feared for his life Sunday when a gunman opened fire during the final night of the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas, saying he "didn't want to die."

Claypool said he was sitting in a VIP area near the near the stage when he heard gunshots and began to run.

"It was pretty eerie because Jason (Aldean) kind of hesitated in his song and I'm thinking, 'Wow, he's pretty worried about something' and then all of a sudden we heard the shots and then I saw him drop his guitar," Claypool told ABC News.

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