The way Jennifer Holub sees it, there are three sources of funds for victims of the Oct. 1 shooting, and “everyone’s basically screwing everyone.”
Doctors in Las Vegas told Frank Calzadillas to say his goodbyes to 30-year-old wife, Jovanna. Against all odds, she lived and will be discharged from a Phoenix hospital on Thursday.
But regaining a sense of normalcy has been made even more difficult recently after the College of Southern Nevada student learned that she lost her Millennium Scholarship.
The Vegas Strong Fund said Monday that it will not be issuing any more checks to victims of the Oct. 1 shooting, but will donate half of all money raised to a separate 501(c)(3), the Las Vegas Victims’ Fund.
Katrina Hannah, 23, shot in the back in the Strip mass shooting, returns to the city from her home in California and is reunited with the Las Vegas man who carried her to safety.
Assistance is available to families of people killed in the shooting and those who were either hospitalized or required medical treatment as a result of injuries suffered in the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival.