Full Sportscast: Vegas man utilizes coaching skills to help shooting victims reach safety
LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) —
New York Yankees' reliever and Las Vegas native Chasen Shreve threw out the ceremonial first pitch, following a moment of silence in remembrance of the victims of Sunday's mass shooting in Las Vegas, ahead of New York's American League Wildcard game Tuesday against the Minnesota Twins.
The Yankees won 8-4.
The UNLV Hockey team said Tuesday that its assistant coach, who was shot in the chest at the Route 91 Harvest music festival, was taken off sedation.
The team said Nick Robone was aware and understood his surroundings, that the fluid in his lungs had been reduced, the breathing tube is out and he is beginning to speak.
Robone is expected to make a full recovery.
Pat Amico is a coach for the Jr. NBA Summer League.
Since 1987, he's coached multiple levels of basketball in Las Vegas, and when shots rang out at Sunday's music festival, his leadership shined at its highest level.