Chicagoans Who Survived Las Vegas Shooting Struggle To Move Forward
Chicagoans are returning home from vacations in Las Vegas and struggling to figure out what it means to move forward after the mass shooting on the strip Sunday. Bonnie Seng says her son and his wife returned home yesterday after surviving the incident. She says she’s relieve they’re okay, but concerned that they’ll need counseling in order to move forward. At least 59 people were killed, and over 500 others injured in the shooting Sunday.