Fourth MSU student wounded in shooting discharged from Sparrow Hospital
EAST LANSING — The fourth of five students wounded in the Feb. 13 mass shooting at Michigan State University has been discharged from Sparrow Hospital, police and hospital officials confirmed Wednesday.
Michigan State University police and Sparrow Hospital spokesperson John Foren announced Wednesday a student, who was previously listed in fair condition, was discharged from Sparrow.
One student remains in critical condition at Sparrow.
Police and Sparrow have declined to name any of the students injured in the mass shooting that claimed the lives of Arielle Anderson, Brian Fraser and Alexandria Verner.
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Since the Feb. 13 mass shooting, MSU officials have enacted heightened safety measures such as locking doors between 6 p.m. and 7:30 a.m. to those without MSU ID cards and closing both the Student Union and Berkey Hall for the remainder of the semester.
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This article originally appeared on Lansing State Journal: Fourth MSU student wounded in shooting leaves Sparrow Hospital