Hospital: Woman Hurt in Wis. Spa Shooting Improves
One of the four women injured in a fatal shooting in a suburban Milwaukee salon has been released from the hospital, and a second woman has been upgraded from critical to satisfactory condition.
Froedtert Hospital spokeswoman Kathy Sieja said Monday the other two women injured in the shooting at Azana Salon & Spa in Brookfield remain in satisfactory condition.
Three other women died in Sunday's rampage, including 42-year-old Zina Haughton, the estranged wife of suspected gunman Radcliffe F. Haughton. Police say Radcliffe Haughton eventually committed suicide.
Brookfield police say Haughton damaged his wife's car Oct. 4 and she was granted a four-year protection order on Thursday. Haughton had been ordered not to possess any firearms, but authorities say he purchased the gun used in the attack on Saturday.
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