A woman who suffered a gunshot wound to her head and hand in Monday's shooting at the Washington Navy Yard has been discharged from the Washington Hospital Center.
Gunman Aaron Alexis, 34, entered a building at the Navy Yard Monday morning, killing 12 people and injuring eight. Alexis himself died following the incident. Police say he acted alone, and Congress has called for an investigation into his veterans records and security clearance information.
Two other people remain hospitalized; a D.C. Police officer assigned to the K-9 unit who suffered gunshot wounds to his legs and a woman with gunshot wounds to the shoulder. Both are expected to be OK.
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