Las Vegas on Thursday remembered the night 58 people were killed at a music festival in 2017. Some survivors marked the third anniversary of the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history by getting tattoos through an organization called Healing Ink. (Oct. 1)
- When like, the redness from the skin goes away, you'll see it more.
- Healing Ink is putting on a really cool event here for those of us were are a part of Route 91. They've been able to figure out that there's a lot of healing in tattooing. The quick and dirty of that story is I was probably 15 to 20 feet off of Jason's right side, so stage right. The shooting started.
My background and training is Fire Department. And the guys I was with, the two guys I was with, I put them down on the ground as soon as we heard it. I waited for a break in the shooting, then ran against the crowd because that's my training. I built a barrier out of garbage cans up near the stage and then started pulling people in the best that we could.
As soon as police cut a hole in the fence, I sent my friends with them. And I went to the EMS tent, grabbed some gloves, I went to work. I went out on the field and worked a few patients, two girls that didn't make it. And then I went out to Sunrise Hospital and started triaging patients, pulling patients, people out of cars and working on them.
And I probably had my hands on, I don't know, I couldn't even tell you how many people. And eventually I made my way back to the field and Las Vegas Fire was there. And they saw my shirt and they said, nobody's left alive out there everyone's gone.