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Video: Off-Duty LAPD Officer Carried Cancer Patient Out of Line of Fire at Vegas Concert

October 06, 2017  | 

VIDEO: Off-Duty LAPD Officer Carried Cancer Patient Out of Line of Fire at Vegas Concert

As chaos unfolded during the mass shooting in Las Vegas, Cassidy Huff was completely exhausted. Coming off of chemotherapy for cancer, she simply could not run anymore as she tried to flee gunfire.

The 20-year-old collapsed behind a car. That's when Mitchell Tosti appeared.

Tosti is a Los Angeles police officer who was in Las Vegas off-duty at the time, NBC4 reports.


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kevcopaz @ 10/6/2017 4:15 PM

To any LEO this is not surprising at all since thats just who we are and what we do. We are those kind of people and this is our calling.Great job Officer Tosti. Proud of you and all our brothers and sisters on and off duty who were there when the need was greatest. You make us all very proud.

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