In addition to the five people who were killed, 17 were wounded, according to Kishwaukee Community Hospital in DeKalb. An unidentified woman will undergo orthopedic surgery there Friday. Eight patients have been treated and released, and another is expected to be discharged Friday. Seven others have been transferred to other hospitals. Mundelein resident Harold Ng, above, received shotgun wounds to the back of his head. Three of those transferred are at Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove. A hospital spokesman Friday afternoon identified them as: Unnum Rahman, 19, in serious condition; Maria Ruiz-Santana, 20, in critical condition, and Sherman Yau, 20, in serious condition. Ruiz-Santana suffered gunshot wounds to head, neck and chest, hospital officials said in a news conference Friday afternoon. Rahman was shot in the right eye and had soft-tissue damage to her neck and face. She had shown some progress Friday and "some improvement if her vision," officials said. Yau suffered a single gunshot wound to his left shoulder from a high-caliber pistol shot. The bullet traveled through his right lung and wound up in his upper-right abdomen, according to hospital officials. Two other victims were in critical condition at OSF St. Anthony Medical Center in Rockford. Another unidentified person is in serious condition at Rockford Memorial Hospital. Another victim, Lauren Debrauwere, was airlifted to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where she had been upgraded to serious condition as of 8 p.m. Friday, a hospital spokeswoman said.
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