Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- Hundreds of residents turned out for a free health care clinic on Sunday in Las Vegas.
People were lined up overnight at Bonanza High School, where Remote Area Medical Clinic was holding an open session.
They were providing dental work, eye exams and general medical consultations to more than 800 people.
For some, it was the only care they will get.
There were no restrictions on who could take advantage of the free medical care.
The services they provided would have cost more than $200,000 if performed at a hospital.