Third patient in Middleton shooting released from hospital
A victim injured in the workplace shooting at WTS Paradigm on September 19 has been released from the hospital.
A spokesperson with UW Health said the patient was released from the hospital on Tuesday night.
Anthony Tong opened fire at his job WTS Paradigm on September 19. Three people were treated for gunshot wounds. Tong was shot and killed after exchanging gun fire with two Dane County deputies and two Middleton police officers. A fourth person injured during the incident was released from St. Mary's hospital on September 20 after dislocating his shoulder while exiting the building.
Documents released on Friday reveal one of the victims was shot 10 times by Anthony Tong.
WTS Paradigm will have grief counselors available for employees on Tuesday and they are allowing employees to reengage back into the work place at their own pace.
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