UPDATE: 3 shot at temple remain in critical condition
MILWAUKEE (AP) -
The three people wounded during a fatal
shooting at a Sikh temple in a Milwaukee suburb remain hospitalized in
Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee updated the survivors' condition Monday.
An Oak Creek police officer
who was among the first responders and two others were wounded in the
shooting at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin in Oak Creek Sunday. Police say
six people were killed at the temple by a gunman who was fatally shot
by an officer.
A Milwaukee hospital is treating three victims of a shooting at a Sikh temple south of the city, all in critical condition.
Froederdt Hospital Chief Medical Office Lee Biblo says the three victims of the shooting in suburban Oak Creek are all adult men. He did not have their identities or know why they were at the temple Sunday morning when the shootings occurred.
Biblo says one of the men is in the operating room, one has been operated on and is in a surgical intensive care unit and the third is being evaluated. He says they all had gunshot wounds to the face, abdomen and extremities.
Biblo says he has reports from the scene that there are no other victims with serious injuries, but stressed that is preliminary information.