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Will Kramer

SEATTLE (AP) — A teen wounded in a shooting that killed three others at a party in suburban Seattle has been released from the hospital.

Harborview Medical Center spokeswoman Susan Gregg said in a news release that Will Kramer was discharged Monday.

In a statement, Kramer’s family said they are happy Will has recovered enough to go home and continue his healing but their hearts are still very heavy with sorrow and grief from the tragic shooting in Mukilteo July 30.

Prosecutors have filed three first-degree murder charges against 19-year-old Allen Ivanov in the fatal shooting of his ex-girlfriend and two young men.

Police say Ivanov admitted that he committed the shootings at a home. They say he was upset that his ex-girlfriend, Anna Bui, appeared to be moving on with her life after their recent breakup.

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