Ohio girl shot by dad in restaurant still critical

This undated photo provided by the Brookville Ohio Police Dept. shows Kevin E. Allen of Strongsville, Oh. Police say Allen allegedly shot and killed two people in a Cracker Barrel restaurant in Brooklyn, Ohio on Thursday, April, 12, 2012. Police on Friday said 51-year-old Kevin Allen of Strongsville, Ohio man entered a crowded Cracker Barrel restaurant with a long gun before he selectively shot and killed his wife, 42-year-old Katherina Allen, and his young daughter, 10-year-old Kerri Allen after his wife told him she was leaving him. He also injured the couple's 10-year-old daughter, Kayla. Officers ordered him to surrender but he did not comply and was shot dead at the scene. (AP Photo/Brookville Ohio Police Department)

CLEVELAND (AP) — A 10-year-old girl who survived a shooting by her father that killed her sister and mother remains in critical condition in a Cleveland hospital.

Kayla Allen was shot in a crowded Cracker Barrel restaurant in suburban Brooklyn on Thursday as her sister celebrated her birthday.

A nursing supervisor at MetroHealth System said Saturday that Kayla's condition remained unchanged.

Police say Kayla's father, Kevin Allen, came into the restaurant and shot to death his wife, Katherina Allen, and other daughter, Kerri Allen, then was killed by police as he fled.