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A fourth MSU shooting victim has been upgraded to ‘serious but stable’ condition, Sparrow Hospital confirms

February 22, 2023
<p>The exterior of Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Michigan, on Sept. 23, 2020.</p>

The exterior of Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Michigan, on Sept. 23, 2020.

One student who was critically injured after last week’s mass shooting at Michigan State University was upgraded to ‘serious but stable’ condition this morning, Sparrow Hospital media relations Director John Foren confirmed.

 “Right now, we have one in fair (condition), three in serious but stable (condition) and one in critical, which means one of the students had been in critical and he’s been upgraded to serious but stable,” Foren said.

The name of the student who was upgraded this morning was not identified.  Two of the students who were injured had families who confirmed their identities via GoFundMe, which were set up to negate various costs of travel and care. MSU Deputy Spokesperson Dan Olsen confirmed the university would be paying the hospital bills of the five students.

Hospitality business junior Guadalupe Huapilla-Perez and international student John Hao are the names of the two identified students

All five were originally in critical condition on Feb. 13, while three other students lost their lives in the shooting. Brian Fraser, Alexandria Verner and Arielle Anderson were identified as the three killed

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