NEENAH - One of the officers shot in Fond du Lac was recovering Sunday night at Theda Clark Medical Center in Neenah.
The hospital's trauma center director said 33-year-old Ryan Williams is lucky to be alive after being shot twice, once in the chest and once in the shoulder. He said the officer's bullet protective vest was likely the difference in his survival.
Doctors said Williams is on a ventilator to help him breathe after suffering bruised lungs from the impact of the gunshots.
Williams has been a Fond du Lac police officer for about nine years.
His wife issued a statement thanking everyone for respecting the family's privacy.
Williams' dog, Grendel, was also shot and required surgery.
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