One injured in Seattle shooting is out of hospital

SEATTLE (AP) -- Just one person remains hospitalized after Thursday's shooting at Seattle Pacific University.

Harborview Medical Center spokeswoman Susan Gregg says 24-year-old Thomas Fowler was released on Friday. He suffered pellet fragment wounds to his neck and chin.

Gregg said 19-year-old Sarah Williams was in serious condition Friday afternoon in the intensive care unit. She underwent a five-hour surgery for chest and abdominal wounds from a shotgun blast. Gregg says she is breathing on her own and conscious.

The spokeswoman says both are SPU students.

Nineteen-year-old Paul Lee died Thursday after arriving at the hospital.

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