Ten still hospitalized after Atlanta office shootings
Motive for trader's shooting spree a mystery
July 31, 1999
ATLANTA (CNN) -- Ten people remained hospitalized Saturday from the office shooting spree in Atlanta that killed nine and wounded 13 on Thursday. Four of the wounded are in critical condition.
At Northside hospital, a 23-year-old woman with a gunshot wound in the back and a 25-year-old man with wounds in the chest and abdomen were in critical but stable condition, according to a spokeswoman for the hospital.
At Grady Memorial Hospital, two men were in critical condition, and three were in stable condition, a spokeswoman said. One patient was released Friday afternoon.
At St. Joseph's hospital, a 27-year-old man was in fair condition Saturday after an upgrade from critical condition Friday. He was shot in the abdomen and through his right arm. A 38-year-old woman remained in serious condition with bullet wounds to the face and chest. The shot through her face may cause her to lose her vision in both eyes, a spokesman said.
At Atlanta Medical Center, a 24-year-old man with three gunshot wounds was in good condition, according to a spokeswoman. "We don't expect any complications as a result of the injuries," she said.
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