Final report released on Alexandria ballpark shooting that left Rep. Scalise hospitalized
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (ABC7/AP) —
The final incident report evaluating the Alexandria ballpark shooting, that left Rep. Steve Scalise hospitalized, was released by the Alexandria Commonwealth’s Attorney Friday.
Rep. Scalise was discharged from the hospital in July after suffering a life-threatening gunshot wound during the attack on the GOP baseball practice the month before.
Scalise was one of four people who were shot on June 14 while practicing for a charity baseball game. The gunman, 66-year-old James T. Hodgkinson, was killed by police during the ensuing fire fight.
Here's the full final incident report released by the Alexandria Commonwealth’s Attorney:
Rep. Scalise returned to Capitol Hill at the end of September to a standing ovation from the entire US House of Representatives.
Scalise has been chosen to throw out the first pitch at Friday night's Washington Nationals playoff opener.