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Hartland High School graduate among five wounded in MSU shooting

One of the five students who was critically injured in Monday’s shooting incident on the Michigan State University campus was reportedly a 2020 Hartland High School graduate.

While the name of the student has not been released, Hartland Consolidated Schools Superintendent Chuck Hughes released a statement to the media confirming one of the district’s graduates had been wounded.

“Yesterday, I shared that a 2020 Hartland graduate was critically wounded at MSU.,” said Hughes. “I do not have permission to share details at this time. I do ask that you respect the family and their privacy, giving them time to work through this tragedy. As EAGLES we are here to serve the family in any capacity that we can when it is appropriate to do so. Please keep the family in your thoughts and prayers.”

While MSU Police say they will not confirm the names of the five victims in the hospital out of respect for the families, the family of one of the other students, Guadalupe Huapilla Perez, said she was being treated at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing. Her older sister has also set up a GoFundMe to assist with medical costs. It had a $50,000 goal, but as of Wednesday night it had exceeded $300,000 in donations.

Killed in Monday night’s incident was Brian Fraser of Grosse Pointe, Alexandria Verner of Clawson and Arielle Anderson of Harper Woods.

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