MILWAUKEE (AP) -- One of the three victims hospitalized after a mass shooting at a Wisconsin Sikh temple has been released.
The three men were being treated at Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee. Hospital spokeswoman Kathy Sieja says 50-year-old Santokh Singh was released Wednesday.
Two others are still hospitalized. Sixty-five-year-old Punjab Singh is in critical condition, and Oak Creek Police Lt. Brian Murphy is in satisfactory condition.
The three were wounded Aug. 5 when a gunman fired on worshippers at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin in Oak Creek. Six people were killed.
A fourth woman suffered a minor injury when she was grazed by a bullet.
The shooter was white supremacist Wade Michael Page. He killed himself after being wounded in a shootout with police. His motive remains unknown.
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