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Texas Church Shooting Survivor Ryland Ward Finally Goes Home

A glow organisation gave Ryland Ward a lift home after he was expelled from a hospital. The 6-year-old survived wounds suffered in a conflict on a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, in November.

University Health System, San Antonio


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A glow organisation gave Ryland Ward a lift home after he was expelled from a hospital. The 6-year-old survived wounds suffered in a conflict on a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, in November.

University Health System, San Antonio

Updated during 8:20 p.m. ET

The final hospitalized plant from a Sutherland Springs church electrocute in November, 6-year-old Ryland Ward, was expelled from University Hospital in San Antonio on Thursday and over in grand style: He rode home in a glow truck.

Ryland was among a 20 people who survived a sharpened conflict by a gunman during a First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, 30 miles southeast of San Antonio. The attacker, who died from a self-inflicted gunshot, also killed some-more than a dozen others.

Ryland has been recuperating from 5 gunshot wounds he suffered in a attack.

His sanatorium liberate was announced in a matter by University Health System:

“Ryland and his family are happy to be going home. Many of us during University Health System who have been overwhelmed by a strength and suggestion of Ryland and a other Sutherland Springs patients applaud this miracle with them and their families.”

Ryland looks out a window during a quarrel of commemorative crosses as he rides home from a hospital.

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Ryland looks out a window during a quarrel of commemorative crosses as he rides home from a hospital.

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The sanatorium supposing no sum about Ryland’s medical condition.

All of a others harmed in a sharpened were formerly liberated from University Health System and dual other area hospitals.