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Oak Creek police officer's condition now satisfactory


MILWAUKEE (WKOW) – Froedtert and The Medical College of Wisconsin says Lt. Brain Murphy, the Oak Creek police officer who was shot in Sunday's shooting at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin, continues to improve.

His condition has been upgraded to Satisfactory. Froedtert says that means "a patient's vital signs are within normal limits and the patient is conscious and functioning."

Froedtert says shooting victim, Santokh Singh's condition has been upgraded to Serious. That "indicates vital signs may be outside normal limits and treatments are being directed toward assisting return to normal limits," according to the hospital.

Punjab Singh, the third patient, remains in Critical condition. Froedtert says that "describes a patient experiencing a life- or limb-threatening condition. Vital signs may or may not be stable."

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