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Teen shooting victim ‘working hard to stay alive’

KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) – Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder says a 14-year-old girl wounded in a shooting rampage in the Kalamazoo area is “working hard to stay alive.”

The governor visited hospitals Sunday to meet with her family and the family of another victim.

He says the girl has “all our thoughts and prayers,” and the shooting is “senseless violence at its worst.”

The girl was shot at a Cracker Barrel parking lot along with four women who were killed. A father and son were fatally shot at a car dealership.

Snyder says the girl was part of a group returning home after seeing a play and “someone comes up and shoots them.”

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