The Perry Hall High School student shot on the first day of school has improved to fair condition, according to a spokesman for Maryland Shock Trauma Center. Daniel Borowy, 17, had been listed in critical condition since Aug. 27, when he was shot in the back in the school cafeteria. He underwent multiple surgeries to treat his injuries. A Baltimore County grand jury indicted student Robert Wayne Gladden Jr. earlier this week on multiple charges including attempted murder, first-degree assault and reckless endangerment. Gladden, 15, who was charged as an adult, is accused of firing a gun in the cafeteria that he had brought to school from his father's home. He is at Spring Grove State Hospital, according to court documents.
Perry Hall shooting victim's condition improves
Daniel Borowy's condition upgraded from critical to fair
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