2 Aurora shooting victims have 'long haul' ahead, Chief Wils…

AURORA, Colo. (KDVR) — Two victims in the excursion-by shooting that put six Aurora Central High School students in the hospital are looking at a long road to recovery, according to Aurora Police Chief Vanessa Wilson.

Two victims have a “long haul” ahead and are nevertheless in the hospital, Wilson said. She didn’t say whether more than two are in hospital.

Two of the three victims receiving treatment at Children’s Hospital have been released.

No suspects are in custody and no information has been released. However, Wilson said the department has images of speculate vehicles that it will release if the cars are not located.

The six students are between the ages of 14 and 18. Aurora Central High School, which is located at 11700 E. 11th Ave., had the perimeter of the school secured by police after the shooting.

  • Male – 14 years old
  • Female – 15 years old
  • Male – 16 years old
  • Female – 16 years old
  • Male – 17 years old
  • Male – 18 years old

The Aurora Police Department said in a release Monday night, “Initial information obtained is there were possible suspects on foot in addition as driving-by in a means.”

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