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Tina Frost, 27, is a survivor of the tragic shooting in Las Vegas that left more than 59 people dead and hundreds of others injured. GoFundMe

A young woman who survived the tragic mass shooting in Las Vegas that left more than 59 people dead and hundreds more injured faces a long road to recovery. A fundraising campaign set up for the woman, who is currently in a coma, said this week that injuries she suffered during the attack will leave her blind in one eye and with possible brain damage.

Tina Frost, 27, suffered a bullet wound to her right eye that required it be removed, according to a GoFundMe page established by family friend Pam Ostiguy Clark. Her mother, Mary Watson Moreland, said her daughter was in a coma and reliant on a ventilator to help her breathe. Bone was reportedly removed from the woman’s forehead to “allow the brain room to swell.”

“She's critically stable in ICU for at least a week,” Moreland said. “Over the next few days, they're going to see how she responds to simulation, but until then, we won't know how bad the brain damage is.”

Her father, Rich Frost, has been posting updates on his Facebook page about his daughter’s condition. He noted in a Tuesday post that tagged Moreland that the two were “feeling positive.”

“Tina had a good night with her mother and I by her side,” he wrote. “Vitals and responses are good, no fever and she is fighting hard. When they have to move her, she sits up on her own, rolls herself and pushes the nurses away. She calms down when we say ‘easy Tina.’ Her eye is swollen shut and she is on the ventilator and still in her coma, but it is encouraging.”

Frost drove from San Diego to the Oct. 1 festival in Nevada with her boyfriend, who was not hurt in the attack, the Baltimore Sun reported Tuesday. One of her favorite country artists was on the lineup of the Route 91 Harvest festival at the Las Vegas Village. Originally from Maryland, Frost moved to California as an adult and worked as an accountant at Ernst & Young.

Previously, Frost attended Arundel High School in Gambrills and graduated in 2008. A high school athlete, she was reportedly on the school’s soccer team as well as on its All-County team in 2007, according to ABC-affiliate WMAR. The school is currently helping with fundraising efforts for the family.

“They’re going to incur a tremendous amount of expenses,” Arundel Principal Gina Davenport told the Baltimore Sun. “We’re spreading the word, hoping that everyone is thinking positive thoughts and for Tina and her family to find a little bit of rest.”

The GoFundMe campaign for Frost will raise money to cover “all expenses related to this tragic event such as traveling, food, hotels, missed work, and caring for Tina.” It had reached nearly $125,000 in just one day as of Tuesday evening.