Police officer reaches milestone in recovery from critical wounds in Louisville bank shooting


LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Flashing a thumbs-up to his well-wishers, a police officer who was critically wounded while responding to a mass shooting at a Louisville bank in April was discharged from the hospital on Friday after enduring multiple surgeries and intensive therapy.

Louisville Metro Police Officer Nickolas Wilt still has a "long road" ahead in his recovery, but now he gets to sleep in his own bed and enjoy the steak dinner he requested, said his brother, Zack Wilt.

The officer was discharged from UofL Health – Frazier Rehabilitation Institute, an acute rehab hospital. In a socia...

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