Gay Utah Couple Among The Las Vegas Shooting Victims

Utah boyfriends Cameron Robinson and Bobby Eardley were enjoying a country music festival in Las Vegas Sunday night when a gunman opened fire into the crowd.

Robinson was shot in the neck and died at the scene, according to his sister.

His partner was hit in the back with shrapnel but was lucky enough to escape with his life.

Robinson was from Cedar City and would drive the two and a half hours between Cedar City and Las Vegas every day to work for the city of Las Vegas, Nevada.

A GoFundMe page has been established to help with funeral and medical expenses.

From the GoFundMe page:

Please help his family and friends raise the much needed funds to cover the funeral and medical expenses. Today we lost an amazing friend, son, brother, uncle, cousin, coworker and boyfriend to the senseless, horrible tragedy of the Las Vegas shooting. He was full of life and love and so much passion. He loved his family, friends and everyone he came in contact with. He loved to cook, entertain, run marathons, travel, go camping, boating, and the outdoors in general and above all surround himself with those he loved and others. He is an amazing example to all and brought so much light to those he came in contact with. He accomplished so much in such a short time and touched the lives of so many. Between his love to cook and amazing dance moves there was always good times. He was such a caring, giving and loving man. Cameron, you will be greatly missed. We love you so much!

The death toll from the shooting attack in Las Vegas stands at 59, and the number of injured reached 525, according to Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo.