Allen Outlets shooting: Boy orphaned in shooting released from hospital
DALLAS - A 6-year-old boy who was left an orphan in the Allen Premium Outlets over the weekend is now out of the hospital.
An update from Medical City Healthcare on Thursday indicated that a victim was released from Medical City Children's Hospital.
The family of William Cho confirmed to FOX 4 that the 6-year-old is back home.
William's mother, Cindy, father, Kyu, and 3-year-old brother James were killed in the shooting.
Extended family members say that William is "home and continuing to do well."
Cho's story has tugged on heartstrings across the country and around the world.
A GoFundMe page for the Cho's had raised over $1.8 million, with donations from more than 36,000 people, including Arizona Cardinals QB and Allen High School grad Kyler Murray.
William's family says that they are going to close the GoFundMe to new donations, but they say, "if anyone wishes to continue their support we strongly urge you to consider donating to the GoFundMe pages of the other families affected by this tragedy."
The family says they will eventually set up a trust for William which can be contributed to, but they do not have information on it at this time.
A private funeral for Cindy, Kyu and James Cho will be held on Thursday night.
8 people were killed, and at least 9 others were injured in the shooting this Saturday.
Medical City also says that it no longer has any patients from the shooting in critical condition. As of Sunday morning, there were 3 patients in critical condition.
Medical City McKinney is treating three patients in fair condition and one patient in good condition. Medical City Plano is treating one patient in good condition as well.
How to Help the Victims
A list of approved and verified fundraisers are available on the City of Allen website.
The city says The Allen, TX Shooting Victims' Fund guarantees that families of the victims and those wounded will receive 100% of the funds.
READ MORE: How to help Allen Premium Outlets shooting victims and their families
The Support for Allen Fund will give money to local nonprofit agencies that provide mental health grief and trauma support for victims, their families and first responders.