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Two Chinese students injured in Michigan State shooting

The Chinese Consulate General in Chicago confirmed that two of the five injured students from the Michigan State University shooting on February 13 are Chinese. 

According to the Detroit Free Press, four of the five injured are in critical condition. The shooting resulted in four casualties, including the gunman. 

The two international students are out of danger following surgical treatment, according to an English translation of the consulate’s statement on Wednesday via WPBN

“The Chinese Consulate General in Chicago expresses its strong indignation and severe condemnation of the murderer’s brutal crime of killing innocent people indiscriminately,” the statement said. “We sincerely hope that the injured students will recover soon.”

The consulate contacted the family members of the students to assist their travel to the United States, according to the statement. MSU’s Chinese Student Association also issued a bulletin that reminds Chinese students to strengthen their own safety precautions.

Chinese citizens were also urged to be aware of safety risks and pay attention to their local security, The Detroit News reported. 

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