Wis. Native Injured in Colo. Shooting to Leave Hospital
There's some progress for a 27-year-old Wisconsin native who survived the Colorado movie shooting last week.
Winona graduate Carey Rottman was shot in the leg during the massacre at a suburban Denver movie theater that left 12 dead and 58 injured.
After several surgeries at an Aurora hospital in Colorado, Rottman's Facebook page says he's going home Thursday.
Rottman's father, Dale, says doctors have told Carey it could be a year before he fully recuperates.
The Associated Press Contributed to this Report.
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