MILWAUKEE - The conditions of two of three people injured during the fatal Sikh temple shooting in Oak Creek have been upgraded at a Milwaukee area hospital.
Froedtert Hospital says the condition of Oak Creek Police Lt. Brian Murphy has been upgraded to satisfactory. Santokh Singh's condition is now serious, but Punjab Singh remains in critical condition.
The three have been hospitalized since Sunday when Wade Page opened fire at the Oak Creek temple and killed six people.
Oak Creek Police Chief John Edwards says Lt. Murphy is making amazing progress in his recovery. Murphy was shot eight or nine times after being ambushed by Page.
Gov. Scott Walker has visited with the families of three shooting victims.
Walker spokeswoman Jocelyn Webster said Thursday that Walker met with two families in Oak Creek and one in Greenfield. She describes the meetings as "very emotional." She says Walker wanted to express his support and sympathy.
She declined to say which families he met with. Seven people were killed in the shootings including the gunman, who police say shot himself after being wounded by an Oak Creek officer.
Walker plans to attend Friday funeral services for the victims.
Webster also says a condolences book will be available on the ground floor of the Capitol for people to express their sympathies for the victims.
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