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Heather Melton and her husband, Sonny, were celebrating their wedding anniversary at the music festival when the Las Vegas shooter opened fire. Sonny grabbed Heather and started running when she felt him get shot in the back. “I know he saved my life,” Heather tells TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie. “I wanted the world to know how good Sonny was.”