Andrew Dotas, a Fargo police officer who was critically wounded in a shooting July 14 that killed a fellow officer and wounded another, was released from the hospital Saturday.
Dotas was treated at Sanford Health, and at one point required a walker. But in a video released by the city, he was able to walk unaided out of the hospital with his wife and son, flanked by an applauding crowd. Appearing moved, he placed a hand over his heart, MPR reports.
Dotas and Fargo officers Jake Wallin and Tyler Hawes were shot as they were working what was described by police as a routine traffic crash. A man stopped in a vehicle nearby opened fire from inside his car, killing Wallin and wounding Hawes, Dotas and a bystander.
Hawes remains in stable condition at the hospital, according to police.