MILWAUKEE (AP) - Another woman injured in a fatal shooting rampage at a suburban Milwaukee spa has been released from the hospital.
Froedtert Hospital spokeswoman Kathy Sieja said Wednesday the patient was released and two other women injured in the shooting at Azana Salon & Spa in Brookfield were in satisfactory condition. Another injured woman had been released Monday.
Three other women died in Sunday's rampage, including 42-year-old Zina Haughton, the estranged wife of gunman Radcliffe Haughton. Police say Radcliffe Haughton eventually committed suicide.
Brookfield police say Haughton damaged his wife's car Oct. 4 and she was granted a four-year protection order two weeks later. Haughton had been ordered not to possess any firearms, but authorities say he purchased the gun Saturday used in the attack.
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