LAS VEGAS -- Police have identified all but three of theat a country music festival on Sunday night.
Among those who died was 23-year-old Jordan McIldoon from British Columbia, Canada. In the confusion, he had become separated from his girlfriend.
But thanks to a Good Samaritan, bartender Heather Gooze, the young man did not die alone. She was working inside a tent when she heard the shots.
"Thousands of people came running through the front of our bar and immediately, they were screaming and shouting, 'shooter! Shooter! Gun! Gun!'" she said. "It looked like a war zone."
She helped McIldoon, who was shot in the stomach.
"His fingers were kind of wrapped on my hand -- his hand like kind of squeezed a little bit, and then just, like, went loose," Gooze said.
McIldoon had been at the concert with his girlfriend, Amber. Gooze spoke to her by phone.
"She said, 'is he OK,' and I said, 'No.' She said, 'Be honest with me, like, what's going on,' you know, and I said, 'He didn't make it,'" Gooze said.
She stayed with his body for more than four hours, but says she's not a hero.
"The heroes to me are the ones that were running in ... to go get the people out. I did, what I would hope that anybody would've done for me, that they would've made sure that I wasn't alone," Gooze said.
In a statement, McIldoon's parents said their only child loved mountain biking, NASCAR and was rarely seen out of his cowboy boots. He would have turned 24 this Friday