Another Kalamazoo biking tragedy survivor released from hospital
KALAMAZOO, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - Newschannel 3 has confirmed Tuesday night that another survivor from the Kalamazoo biking tragedy has been released from the hospital.
Bronson hospital officials confirmed that Paul Runnels was released Tuesday.
Fellow cyclist Sheila Jeske is also recovering at home, after she was released from the hospital last week.
Two other survivors remain in the hospital.
At last check, Paul Gobble was in serious condition, and Jennifer Johnson was in good condition.
The news comes the day before we expect to learn new information about the moments leading up to the crash that injured the four cyclists, and killed five others.
A probable cause hearing is scheduled for Wednesday morning for Charles Pickett Jr.
Newschannel 3 will be in court for the proceedings, and will bring you the latest updates as they come in.