Hero who saved 30 reunited with officer who saved his own life
One of the heroes of the recent massacre in Las Vegas was reunited on CNN with the off-duty officer who saved his life after he took at least two bullets while rescuing the injured and dying from the scene. In an often emotional interview, concertgoer Jonathan Smith recounted the aftermath of the horrific attack in which 58 people lost their lives in the mass shooting. In the process of saving others' lives, Smith took at least two bullets, one in the arm and another in his neck. He was dragged to safety by off-duty police officer Tom McGrath, who had to put his own fingers in Smith's bullet wound to stanch the bleeding.
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