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Salisbury Shooting Victim Releases Statement

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SALISBURY, Md. - The surviving victim of the triple shooting near the campus of Salisbury University has reportedly taken to social media to update her friends and family on her condition.

A post to Kristen Loetz' Facebook page said, "I am finally out of shock trauma and on to rehab. My fast recovery is greatly because of all of the love and support I have received from everyone."

Earlier this month, investigators say that Ryan Shallue, the ex-boyfriend of Loetz, drove from Queen Anne's County to Salisbury. An argument reportedly ensued before he shot and injured her. Then shot and killed Charles Abbott, a friend of Loetz, before turning the gun on himself.

"To Ryan: you were never a bad person. Just one who lost their way and couldn't get it back," the message read. "I hope you have found a better place where you can find peace."

The message was also address to Abbott, better known as CJ.

"Everyone needs to know how you saved my life that day. If you had not been there to protect me, I know I would not be here to tell our story."

The message ended as "I love ya ceej, thanks for being my hero."

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