School: Administrator expected to fully recover
ST. LOUIS- The St. Louis business school where a gunman allegedly shot an administrator before shooting himself says the school employee is expected to fully recover.
Stevens Institute of Business & Arts posted on its Twitter and Facebook accounts Wednesday that doctors believe financial aid director Greg Elsenrath will recover fully after undergoing surgery for a gunshot wound to the chest Tuesday.
St. Louis Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce's spokeswoman says charges could be filed later Wednesday against the shooting suspect. He is also recovering from surgery.
Police haven't publicly identified the suspect or discussed a possible motive. Chief Sam Dotson says the shooter was a part-time student in his 30s.
School officials didn't immediately respond to phone messages seeking comment Wednesday.
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