Stone Arch Bridge shooting victim moved from ICU as condition improves

A man shot by a stray bullet near the Stone Arch Bridge in late June has been moved from the intensive care unit to the intermediate care unit, according to a post on Caring Bridge.

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In an entry posted on July 12, family members say that Tyler had been off a ventilator for three days but is still getting medication to support his breathing.

His brain swelling has also been decreasing, and Tyler can now process commands and requests.

The post states that “Tyler’s progress has been better and faster than the medical team expected yet, his journey is still uncertain and lots of healing needs to take place.”

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The shooting injured four other people just after 11 p.m. on Saturday, June 25, including a Robbinsdale High School graduate.

There have not yet been any arrests made related to the shooting.