More than two years after the mass shooting at a Las Vegas music festival that killed more than 50 people, a California woman who was shot dead that night has died.
Kimberly Gervais, who suffered a spinal injury in the Oct. 1, 2017, assault, died Friday in California, a coroner reported.
57-year-old Mira Loma, California, is recovering at a medical facility in Redlands, the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department said in a coroner's statement.
She was taken to Redland Community Hospital on Friday and was pronounced dead shortly before 5pm, the release said. An autopsy is envisaged.
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Attempts to find telephone numbers for Guerwei's relatives were not immediately successful on Monday night. A woman identified as her sister, Dena Sarvella of Vancouver, Washington, told a partner in Portland, Oregon Fox, KPTV that Gervase "will never leave my heart ever."
Authorities said the death toll from the attack was 58. An email to Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Monday night about whether Gervais was counted as the 59th killed was not returned immediately.
The government of Clark County, Nevada, which includes Las Vegas, tweeted Monday that "Our thoughts go out to Kim Gwright's family and friends," and that she was injured and paralyzed in the October 1 shooting.
"For the past two years, she's been fighting the physical and psychological toll of the Las Vegas shooting," read Clark County's Tweets.
In October 2017. The New York Times reported that Gerweiss was told she was four-sided after she was shot in the back. She attends a music festival with two friends, only one of whom was not shot; another friend, Patty Mestas, died.
The shooting occurred when an artillery gunman fired at crowds from a window of his room in Mandalay Bay. 64-year-old Stephen Paddock committed suicide when police shut down, authorities said. contemporary US history is undefined
The FBI stated that Padok was seeking notoriety but that investigators did not find a "single or clear motivating factor" for the shooting. His father is a bank robber who was once on the FBI's most wanted list.  MGM Resorts International, which owns Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, has agreed to deal with victims of the Las Vegas shooting for $ 735 million to $ 800 million, MGM and lawyers said last month.
The Trump administration banned "fucking stocks "on the device used by the shooter, which allows for semi-automatic weapons and shoot quickly in response to the attack. A federal judge in February dismissed the challenge to the move and upheld the ban.
The U.S. Supreme Court in March refused to appeal the federal ban.
The Associated Press contributed.