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Michigan School football quarterback in critical condition after shooting

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Michigan School football quarterback in critical condition after shooting

Central Michigan quarterback John Keller was hospitalized Sunday and is currently in critical condition after suffering a gunshot wound to the torso within an abysmal shooting.

According to the Isabella County Sheriff's Office, police were dispatched prior to 1 a.m. on Saturday into the Deerfield Village Apartments near the Mount Pleasant campus. Officers stated that a struggle broke out at one of those flats and a person bahis went and pulled a gun out of a car returned and began shooting.

Keller and the other student were the victims of the shooting.

The college's quarterback was allegedly airlifted to a hospital. He is doing better but remains in serious illness.

Police stated they received the movie and other info about the shooting.

"The ICSO detectives are pouring over several hints, prospects, and societal networking articles," read a statement in the workplace.

Keller, a part of this 2018 registering course, initially dedicated to the University of Cincinnati. The next year, he moved to Pearl River Community College before joining Central Michigan at 2020.

"We're keeping them in our thoughts and prayers," Bob Davies, college president, said in a Sunday email for pupils. "Please join me in hoping for a quick recovery for the two individuals."

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