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Marysville Shooting Victim Nate Hatch Welcomed Home From Hospital

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People with banners welcome Marysville shooting victim Nate Hatch at the Tulalip Indian Reservation in Washington on Thursday.Tulalip Tribesnull

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People with banners welcome Marysville shooting victim Nate Hatch at the Tulalip Indian Reservation in Washington on Thursday.Tulalip Tribesnull

Nate Hatch, one of the teenagers shot at Marysville Pilchuck High School in Washington state last month, was released from Harborview Medical Medical Center in Seattle on Thursday, the hospital said.

Hundreds of cheering, clapping friends and relatives lined the road to the Tulalip Indian Reservation to welcome Nate home. In a statement, his family said, "Our hearts and prayers go out to all the families who have been affected by this horrific tragedy."

Three other students died in the shootings Oct. 24, as did the gunman, Jaylen Fryberg, a freshman at the school near Everett. A fifth victim, Andrew Fryberg, 15, who is a cousin of both Nate and the gunman, remains in critical condition at Harborview, hospital spokeswoman Susan Gregg said.

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