Las Vegas mass shooting hero’s parents are searching for the people he saved


Las Vegas mass shooting hero’s parents are searching for the people he saved

Although Scotty Pettersen couldn’t bring himself to search for the people he helped for fear they might not survive, his parents are desperate to find “a bright spot”.

When a country music concert turned into a Las Vegas battleground, Seattle’s Scotty Pettersen helped so many gunshot victims he lost count.

As the bullets hit hundreds of people, Pettersen, 27, led his girlfriend and a nearby family to the safety of an ambulance.

The paramedics had come out to help the others, but inside the ambulance were four gunshot victims. Pettersen’s EMT and firefighter training has begun.

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