Doctors 'cautiously optimistic' after latest surgery for Las Vegas shooting victim Tina Frost

Tina Frost, the Maryland woman who was injured in the Las Vegas mass shooting in October, has undergone reconstructive surgery.

According to an update posted Wednesday on her GoFundMe page, the surgery was to reconstruct bones in her forehead and to her eye socket. The update said that doctors are 'cautiously optimistic' that the procedure was successful.

"They were also able to perform the first procedure for the eye/eyelids and there will be more down the road," the update from Tina's family said. "We will be able to see Tina in a little while, but wanted to thank you all once again for your caring".

"Team Tina is all on board to do anything to help in getting her back on her feet, but as the doctors are saying, time is our best friend now," the update continued. "We are going to take it day by day and week by week."

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So far, the GoFundMe campaign has raised over $600,000 to cover medical expenses.

The Arundel High School graduate was shot in the head while attending the Route 91 Harvest Festival with her boyfriend. She lost her right eye in the shooting and doctors say she could have bullet fragments in her brain for the rest of her life.

She was admitted to Johns Hopkins in Baltimore earlier in October and was recently moved out of the intensive care unit.

Inspiring video from earlier this month shows Frost beginning to walk again.