WAUSAU, Wis. (AP) -- A spokesman for the U.S. Army Reserves says three of the four soldiers from a Wisconsin-based combat stress unit who were wounded in the Fort Hood, Texas, shooting have returned to duty.
Spokesman Scott Ferguson said Monday the only soldier still hospitalized was a woman in serious but stable condition.
Ferguson says the wounded were among 43 soldiers from the Madison-based 467th Medical Command Detachment who had arrived at Fort Hood for training last Wednesday, a day before the shooting that killed 13 and wounded 29.
Ferguson says three of dead were assigned to the Madison unit, including two who live in Wisconsin -- 29-year-old Staff Sgt. Amy Krueger of Kiel and 51-year-old Capt. Russell Seager of Racine.
Ferguson says the unit will be deploying to Afghanistan as planned but each soldier will be evaluated as to their readiness for duty.