THE family of Robert Shook – the sole survivor in the shooting carried out by Phillip Adams – say he “lost a lot of blood” and has a ‘long road ahead of him’ after being shot “several times”, The Sun can exclusively reveal. Shook was gunned down by ex-pro NFL player Adams , 33, who reportedly killed five people and then himself in South Carolina. Adams fatally shot Dr Robert Lesslie , 70, his wife, Barbara, 69, their two young grandchildren Adah, nine, and Noah, five, along with a fifth victim, James Lewis, 38, who was working at the couple’s home on Wednesday. Shook, also 38, was the only survivor and his daughter has now given an update on his condition, revealing he went into surgery and doctors were able to “repair the holes in his stomach and his colon.” Keleigh Morgan, 18, wrote in a Facebook post to family and friends: “Daddy went into surgery this morning around 9/9:30. We arrived at the hospital around 1:30 and he was still in surgery. “After surgery they let us know that surgery went well. he lost a lot of blood, but they were able to repair the holes in his stomach and… Read full this story
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