LITTLETON - The victim of the Arapahoe High School shooting is still in critical condition as of Tuesday morning.
The 17-year-old senior Claire Davis is in a coma at Littleton Adventist Hospital. She has severe head trauma after being shot in the head on Friday when an 18-year-old gunman entered Arapahoe High School.
He was holding a gun and was looking for a specific teacher. He never got to that teacher. He, instead, shot Claire and then took his own life.
Since then, prayers and hopes and thoughts for Claire's recovery have been pouring into her family.
Her family is thanking the community for its support.
If you would like to make a donation, Claire's family has requested that the following organizations be supported:
- Local youth mental health awareness and support programs through the Littleton Hospital Foundation atwww.littletonhospitalfoundation.org/gift or by calling the foundation office at 303-715-7600.
- Donations of funds or goods to TLC Meals on Wheels on Claire's behalf. You can find out more information about TLC Meals on Wheels here: http://tlcmealsonwheels.org/donate/.
Additionally, cards for Claire and the Davis family may be dropped off at the main entrance of the hospital and placed in the "Cards for Claire" box at the Information Desk. Cards may also be mailed to the hospital, at:
c/o Littleton Adventist Hospital
7700 S. Broadway
Littleton, CO 80122
The family asks that no flowers or gifts be delivered or mailed. Thank you for your continued good thoughts and prayers for Claire.
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