Woman injured in Las Vegas shooting moved out of ICU, is writing and trying to walk

Tina Frost, (right) was moved out of the ICU after she was shot in the Las Vegas massacre (Courtesy: Family Photo)

BALTIMORE, Md. (WJLA) — The Maryland woman who was put in a coma after the Las Vegas shooting has been moved out of the ICU in Baltimore and is becoming more active.

Tina Frost was wounded in the mass shooting in Las Vegas earlier this month that left 58 dead and hundreds injured. Frost tells WJLA she has started to write on a whiteboard and is making attempts to walk on her own.

Frost, a 27-year-old Anne Arundel County native, was attending the 'Route 91 Harvest Festival' on October 1 with her co-workers and longtime boyfriend, Austin Hughes, when the barrage of gunfire erupted and a single bullet struck Frost in the forehead. The bullet pierced the frontal lobes of her brain before ricocheting, landing in her right eye.

Frost, an Arundel High School graduate, lost her right eye and was left in a coma following the shooting.

Earlier in October, Frost woke up and took her first steps.

She is currently receiving occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech therapy.

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