Tina Frost, Maryland woman injured in Las Vegas shooting, transferred to Johns Hopkins Hospital

The Anne Arundel County woman who was injured in the mass shooting at a concert in Las Vegas is now recovering at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

27-year-old Tina Frost was transferred to the Baltimore facility on Sunday.

According to a GoFundMe page set up for Frost, she woke up from a coma for the first time on Friday and was able to take her first steps with the assistance of nurses. She was also able to breathe on her own for six hours on Friday.

Her mother, Mary Moreland, said that Frost was tapping her feet to music and was able to give a thumbs up when asked.

The GoFundMe campaign has raised over $528,000 to cover her medical expenses so far. Her friends and family held a fundraiser for her in Gambrills, Maryland on Saturday.

Family members are also teaming up with blogsite, BMore Around Town, and non-profit, Kamryn Lambert foundation, for a tailgate fundraiser before the October 26th football game between the Ravens and Dolphins in Baltimore.

Frost 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. Her family is unclear as to what sort of brain damage she might have but are happy with the hopeful signs she showed over the weekend.

Fifty-eight people were killed in the shooting, as well as the shooter, Stephen Paddock. Nearly 500 people were injured.