Lone Survivor of Texas Shooting Massacre Released from Hospital
(HOUSTON) -- The sole survivor of the Wednesday night shooting in Spring, Texas that left six people dead was released from the hospital on Friday.
Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital said in a statement on Friday evening that Cassidy Stay, 15, was discharged in good condition. She is expected to make a full recovery.
"The entire staff at Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital has been profoundly touched by Cassidy's resilient spirit, inner strength, and hopeful heart during this time of indescribably shock and grief," the statement said. "We were honored to be able to help care for this brave young woman at her critical time of need."
Cassidy's parents, Katie and Stephen Stay, and four children -- two boys and two girls between the ages of 4 and 13 were the six shot and killed by Ron Haskell. Cassidy Stay survived despite being shot in the head and was able to call 911 to alert police that Haskell was allegedly planning to drive to kill other relatives.
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