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UPDATE : Lone surviving Menasha Park shooting victim in 'good condition' - releases statement

UPDATE - The spokesperson for Theda Care Hospital says that Erin Stoffel is in 'good condition'.

Erin provided this statement through her surgeon, which is being released by Theda Clark Medical Center:

\"I am grateful to my friends, family and the community for their outpouring of support and prayers to me and my children. I have a long road ahead of me, but my doctors say I am making progress. It is still hard.

Jon was such an incredible husband and father. I was so honored God chose me to be his wife. He taught me so much and was so selfless, loving and funny. I could go on and on. Olivia was the most sweetest, dear daughter. She had a heart of gold and loved her family and close friends. I miss them so much and the pain is deep.

However, I cherish my visits in the hospital with Ezra and Selah and, with the help of God, will be strong for them. I look forward to joining them at home soon\".

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Over $100,000 raised for survivors of Menasha Park shooting

Just days after the tragic shooting that left three innocent people and a gunman dead in a Menasha park, over $100,000 has been raised online to help support the survivors of Sunday's shooting. Menasha Police identified the victims as 31-year old Jonathan Stoffel, 11-year old Olivia Stoffel, and 31 year old Adam Bentdahl. 32-year old Erin Stoffel underwent emergency surgery for three gunshot wounds. She was in critical condition but has since been upgraded to serious condition. Two other Stoffel children were unharmed.


Family and friends gathered on Monday for a vigil to remember the victims. 

The incident happened around 7:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 3rd at Trestle Trail Bridge in the City of Menasha. The shooter has been identified as 27-year old Sergio Valencia del Toro. Del Toro was a UW-Oshkosh student with a history in the United States Air Force. Police said Del Toro had recently re-enlisted in the armed forces and had expressed interest in joining the Menasha Police Auxiliary Unit.

If you would like to contribute towards the fund for the survivors, visit this site ---> http://www.gofundme.com/tp7qve64

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