Oakland County, Michigan, Sheriff Michael Bouchard provided updates on the condition of the victims from the Oxford High School shooting.
“The 17-year-old fourth victim passed today at McLaren Hospital shortly after 10 a.m., as our fourth decedent to die from gunshot wounds in Tuesday’s senseless shooting,” Bouchard told reporters during a news conference.
Bouchard also updated reporters on the condition of the seven people who were injured during the shooting.
“Six students, one teacher, four remain hospitalized, three have now been treated and released,” Bouchard said.
“A 14-year-old male remains in serious condition with… gunshot wounds to the jaw and hand. A 17-year-old female with neck wounds. She is at the local area McLaren Hospital,” the sheriff said.
He continued, “a 14-year-old female has improved, thankfully, I would say no small part to great medical care, emergency responders, fire service, and prayers.”
That 14-year-old female victim “has been removed from critical to stable with gunshot wounds to the left chest and neck. She’s at Hurley Medical in Flint,” Bouchard added.
A 17-year-old female “still remains in critical condition with a gunshot wound to the chest,” Bouchard said. “So still looking for prayers and support for her and her family.”
Three of the injured have now been discharged, including a 15-year-old male who had a wound to the left leg, a 17-year-old male with a gunshot wound to the hip and a 47-year-old female teacher, who suffered a gunshot wound to her left shoulder, the sheriff said.