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Cronk and McIntosh eventually sought refuge under the concert stage. And when the gunfire stopped, Cronk got his friend to an ambulance.
Cronk says McIntosh is recovering well, and may return home soon. Initially, the two men thought McIntosh had been hit with three bullets. But they later learned the wounds were caused by a single bullet that entered McIntosh’s side, traveled through his chest, and then exited his arm.
“I was just talking with Rob yesterday, and we don’t want to focus on the evil part,” said Cronk. “You know what, it happened. And now, we’re ready to focus on the positive parts. And so we just want to find all the positivity we can out of this situation like this.”
Cronk said the positives include the bravery of the first responders the night of the shooting, and the actions of ordinary people, who risked their lives to help strangers.
“There were so many people there helping strangers,” he said. “I mean, there were heroes everywhere.”
Cronk said he is already planning a return trip to Las Vegas a year from now.
“Route 91 is going to happen, and I said, ‘I’ll be the first one to buy my ticket,'” he proclaimed. “I’m coming back, because evil will not conquer good. It will not win.”
Cronk will take part in a fundraising event Tuesday evening, in order to help the families of two Alaskans who died in the shooting: Adrian Murfitt and Dorene Anderson.