Outpour of love and support at fundraiser for Md. woman recovering after Vegas shooting

Tina Frost (R) (Arundel High School/Facebook/Frost Family Photo)

There was a huge outpouring of love and support for a young woman from the Gambrills, Crofton area after she was shot in Las Vegas earlier this month.

Dozens of people showed up at Molloy's Irish Pub Saturday for a fundraiser for Tina Frost and they say it was a huge success.

As part of the fundraiser, a golf bag and several other items were auctioned off.

Frost is one of the hundreds of victims hospitalized in the Vegas shooting. She was at the country music concert when she was shot in the forehead. Since then, she's made great strides in her recovery. We know she is no longer in a coma and recently took three steps forward and three steps back.

The fundraiser was to help pay for her mounting medical bills and was organized by her high school friends -- Tara Beavers and Ali Shomper.

"We just love her. She's a great person. We want to her help her out any way we can. We can't wait for her to get better," Beavers said.

They also had a 50/50 raffle tonight. The fundraiser might be over now but you can still do your part to help out through Frost's GoFundMe page.

"Were happy with the turn out tonight, Shomper added at the fundraiser. "Every little bit counts. You know the bills are going to high. This is a great for us to pitch in."

A family spokesperson told ABC7 that Frost woke from a coma Friday and took her first steps since she was hospitalized.

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