All The Minnesota Clinic Shooting Victims Were Women
BUFFALO (AP) — The fifth person who was shot when a Minnesota man opened fire inside a medical clinic has been identified.
A shooting at an Allina Health clinic on Tuesday left one staffer dead and four others injured.
An Allina Health spokeswoman confirmed Saturday that Jennifer Gibson was among those wounded during the attack inside the clinic in Buffalo, northwest of Minneapolis. A fundraising page says Gibson is a mother of three.
The others wounded were previously identified as Sherry Curtis, a licensed practical nurse who has been with Allina since 2013, Tammy Schaufler, a business representative with the company for 32 years, and Antonya Fransen-Pruden, a licensed practical nurse who has been with the company since 2018.
Allina has not been releasing the conditions of the injured, and the hospital has not been attaching conditions to the names of patients. On Saturday, three of the injured remained hospitalized, one in fair condition and two in good condition. The fourth wounded staffer was released from the hospital shortly after the attack.
Fundraisers have been started for the victims.
Gregory Ulrich is charged with murder, attempted murder and other counts in the attack that left 37-year-old medical assistant Lindsay Overbay dead.