The lone survivor of an alleged mass shooting is responsive and walking around just two days after he fled for his life with a gunshot wound needing emergency surgery.
Ross Tighe witnessed the alleged shooting of his mother and stepfather, Maree and Mervyn Schwarz, and his older brother Graham, at their $10million property in Bogie, inland from Queensland’s Whitsunday region.
Police will allege the young father hid in bushes and ran for his life as gunshots rang out on the extremely remote, 29,000 hectare bush property.
Ross Tighe (pictured) has undergone a lifesaving emergency operation at Mackay base hospital after he fled for his life and sources close to him say he is responsive and walking
Mr Tighe (pictured) allegedly fled down a winding track to his nearest neighbour, gripping the steering wheel and desperately fighting to remain conscious with a gunshot wound in his abdomen
Neighbour Darryl Young has been charged with three counts of murder and one of…