Monday, June 24, 2024

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

One victim 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. 


'End Gun Violence' protest joins lawmakers, community members

“We can make meaningful action and it takes public pressure to get people to do things they don't want to do,” Rep. Julie Brixie said in her speech. “But you are worth it. You and every other child is worth it and we should not allow our children to endure acts of violence in sacred places of learning. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry.”


Two dead in Dimondale shooting

Michigan State Police said on Twitter there was no threat to the public as of 8:38 a.m. Dimondale is 14 miles from Michigan State University's campus, where a gunman killed three students and left five more in critical condition Monday evening.


Trauma experts on how to move forward

Hofstra University Professor Mitchell Schare said while many students may become increasingly fearful in the coming days–distrusting strangers, not wanting to leave their dorms or apartments–it’s not uncommon for others to be confident about their safety immediately following a traumatic violent event.