Lieutenant James Wagner was wounded during the shooting back on June 17 and was discharged from the medical center on Monday, July 24. Penn State Hershey Medical Center states that Lt. Wagner will continue his recovery at a rehabilitation center.
Wagner was wounded in the shooting by a round that entered his patrol vehicle.
After the shooting, Wagner, 45, was in critical condition at Hershey Medical Center. He enlisted in the Pennsylvania State Police in September 2002 and is assigned as station commander of Troop G, Bedford.
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