Minot rallies at Starving Rooster for Andrew Gudmunson fundraiser

MINOT, N.D. - The Magic City is rallying behind one of its own after Andrew Gudmunson, was injured in the mass shooting in Las Vegas.

"Everything that's purchased throughout the day, fifty percent of that will go to Goody," said Jeremy Mahany, COO of The Starving Rooster.

When the doors opened at 11 a.m, Mahany says he was shocked to see the line of people waiting outside, ready to give back.

"It blows my mind. The support when one of us is in need we just step up to the plate and do what we can to help," said Mahany.

Those who know and love "Goody" have united with total strangers to show their support.

"It's such a tragic thing, it should have never happened. We had to be unfortunate to have it someone from Minot and whether it be goody or anybody else I think the support would have been there, too," said customer, Donna Berland.

The people of Minot take pride in supporting one another.

"We have a community of people who really come through in the clutch and really just care about each other," said customer Dan Hansen.

They will continue to support Gudmunson, showing him and his family that love will always be stronger than hate in the Magic City.