Oxford teen shooting victim upgraded to stable condition in latest survivor update
FOX 2 - The Oakland County Sheriff's Office released an update on the conditions of the seven wounded survivors from the Oxford High School mass shooting,
The 17-year-old girl who had been in critical with a chest wound has been upgraded to stable condition, the office said.
Two others also remain hospitalized in stable condition - a 14-year-old girl who was wounded in the back, neck and face and a 17-year-old girl who was wounded in the neck.
Three other teens have been discharged from various hospitals as they continue to recover - a 15-year-old girl wounded in the left leg, a 14-year-old boy wounded in the jaw and right hand and a 17-year-old boy wounded in the hip.
A 47-year-old female teacher was wounded in the shoulder but treated and released the day of the shooting with what Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard called a graze wound.
The attack on Tuesday left four students dead including Madisyn Baldwin, 17, Hana St. Juliana 14, Tate Myre 16, and Justin Shilling, 17.
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Arrested for the shooting was 15-year-old suspect Ethan Crumbley, a sophomore at the school. He is being charged as an adult facing 24 felony counts including murder and terrorism.