In this April 10, 2017, photo, North Park Elementary teaching assistant Jennifer Downing, right, evacuates the building with students after a shooting occurred at the school in San Bernardino, Calif. Downing said she thinks the shooter, Cedric Anderson, would have killed others if he hadn't run out of bullets and stopped to reload Monday. Anderson fatally shot himself after killing his estranged wife, teacher Karen Elaine Smith, and an 8-year-old boy, Jonathan Martinez, in a special-education classroom at North Park Elementary. (John Valenzuela/The Press-Enterprise via AP)
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Latest on a shooting at a San Bernardino elementary school (all times local):
A boy wounded in a shooting at his San Bernardino elementary school has been released from the hospital.
Briana Pastorino, a spokeswoman for Loma Linda University Hospital, says 9-year-old Nolan Brandy was released Friday.
A San Bernardino school spokeswoman says he will continue recovering at home.
Nolan's parents told CNN earlier Friday that they were thankful their son was in "good spirits." They said he was recovering better than they had expected.
Nolan was shot Monday when Cedric Anderson opened fire in his estranged wife's classroom before taking his own life.
Authorities say Anderson was targeting his wife, Karen Elaine Smith, but also struck two of her students. Smith and 8-year-old Jonathan Martinez were killed.
The parents of a boy who was wounded in a shooting at a San Bernardino elementary school say he's recovering better than they expected.
In an interview with CNN on Friday, Nolan Brandy's parents said the shooting was "surreal" but they're thankful their son is making a speedy recovery.
Leon Brandy says the 9-year-old is "in good spirits" and is looking forward to going home.
San Bernardino schools spokeswoman Maria Garcia says Nolan Brandy remains hospitalized Friday. She says he was shot in the torso but that the bullet missed all of his vital organs.
Cedric Anderson opened fire in his estranged wife's classroom Monday. His wife, Karen Elaine Smith, and an 8-year-old student, Jonathan Martinez, were killed.
Anderson then turned the gun on himself.
A caller tells emergency dispatchers during a shooting at a San Bernardino elementary school that she's scared and has locked herself in the office.
Police on Friday released portions of the 911 calls from the shooting that left a teacher and student dead. In one of the short tapes, a caller identifies the shooter as a teacher's husband.
Police say 53-year-old Cedric Anderson walked into his estranged wife's classroom Monday and opened fire, targeting her but also hitting two of her students.
Karen Smith and 8-year-old Jonathan Martinez were killed. Nine-year-old Nolan Brandy is expected to recover.
Authorities say Anderson had accused his wife of infidelity, prompting her to move out. When his efforts to win her back failed, they say he went to the school and shot her.