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Kennedy Hospital Staff Received Counseling After Gloucester Township Man Shot Wife

Staff on the scene when a Gloucester Township man allegedly shot and killed his wife have received counseling, the Courier Post reports.

Kennedy Hospital Staff Received Counseling After Gloucester Township Man Shot Wife

Kennedy Hospital offered counseling sessions for hospital staff on duty when a Gloucester Township man allegedly shot his wife to death in a second floor room last week, the Courier Post reports.

Those who received counseling included a nurse who was tending to 62-year-old Denise Wychowanec about five minutes before she was shot and killed by her husband, 63-year-old Raymond, according to the report.

Staff checked on every patient on the second floor following the shooting, and staff on duty were relived by people who came in from home. They underwent one counseling session the day after the shooting, and are expected to attend another when the healing process is over, according to the report.

After shooting his wife, Raymond Wychowanec shot himself, and remains in critical condition. Their son, Ryan, was found shot to death in their Glendora home the same day. Detectives have yet to conclusively connect the two shootings.

For more, visit courierpostonline.com.

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