CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) -- Authorities say three of the seven people who were wounded in a shooting rampage at a Nevada restaurant have been released from the hospital.
Carson City Sheriff Kenny Furlong says the three were released from the Carson Tahoe hospital Wednesday.
The other four people remain hospitalized, including one who was transferred to a medical center in Reno.
The injuries happened Tuesday morning, after a gunman opened fire in and around an IHOP restaurant in Carson City.
The shooting rampage left four people dead, including three Nevada National Guard members.
Authorities say the gunman, 32-year-old Eduardo Sencion (SEN'-see-ohn), also shot himself and later died at a hospital.
The names of the injured haven't been released.