Tina Frost, Las Vegas shooting victim from Maryland, released from hospital

An Anne Arundel County woman who was shot in the head during the Las Vegas massacre has been released from the hospital, according to her family.

Tina Frost's parents, Mary and Rich, said their daughter was released from Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore and was being moved to a rehabilitation center.

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

Frost was transferred to John Hopkins earlier in October and has undergone numerous surgeries and treatments.

Her parents said she was meeting with a team at the rehabilitation center and was preparing for more intense and focused therapies.

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"To all of our family, friends, supporters and followers, we thank you so much for your endless support and prayers," her family wrote on Facebook.

Authorities said 58 people were killed in the shooting, as well as the shooter, Stephen Paddock, and nearly 500 people were injured.

A GoFundMe page set up for Frost has raised more than $600,000.