OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Three surviving victims of a shooting rampage at a California Christian college are out of the hospital.
Officials at Highland Hospital say they discharged the last patient Monday night.
Highland spokeswoman Jerri Randrup says the hospital received a total of five victims of the shooting at Oikos University. Police say two of them died.
A total of seven people were killed when a gunman opened fire Monday morning at the school. Police later arrested 43-year-old One Goh, a former student.
Randrup would not discuss the nature of the injuries treated by doctors.
Nineteen-year-old Dawinder Kaur says she was physically doing fine after being shot but is sad about the tragedy at her school. Her family says she was shot in the arm.
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