“Louisville Officer Wilt, Critically Injured in Mass Shooting, Released from Rehabilitation Institute”

Louisville Metro police officer Nickolas Wilt has been released from Frazier Rehabilitation Institute after being hospitalized for 109 days. Wilt was critically injured in the Old National Bank mass shooting on April 10, where five people were killed. He underwent multiple surgeries and procedures before being transferred to Frazier Rehabilitation Institute for neuro and physical rehabilitation. Governor Andy Beshear shared a photo with Wilt ahead of his release, calling him a hero. Wilt was honored as he left the rehab facility and was driven past well-wishers. A donation site has been created to help pay for his medical expenses. shooting/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>https://www.live5news.com reported

Louisville Metro Police Officer Nickolas Wilt Released from Rehabilitation Institute

After a challenging 109-day journey, Louisville Metro Police Officer Nickolas Wilt has finally been discharged from the Frazier Rehabilitation Institute and is headed home.

Wilt, who was critically injured during the Old National Bank mass shooting on April 10, has been receiving medical care for the past three and a half months. He was shot in the head while responding to the shooting incident, which tragically claimed the lives of five individuals: Tommy Elliott, Jim Tutt, Josh Barrick, Juliana Farmer, and Deana Eckert.

For nearly a month, Wilt’s condition remained critical, and he underwent multiple surgeries and procedures at the University of Louisville Hospital and Jewish Hospital. On May 10, he was transferred to the Frazier Rehabilitation Institute to begin neuro and physical rehabilitation after showing signs of improvement.

Throughout his remarkable journey, both doctors and Wilt’s family have expressed their admiration for his strength and resilience.

A Heartwarming Homecoming

On Friday, Governor Andy Beshear took to Twitter to share a photo with Wilt, celebrating his imminent release.

“Kentucky, our prayers were heard. @LMPD Officer Nick Wilt is headed home with his family. Officer Wilt is a hero who ran toward danger to save the lives of several of my friends. I am forever grateful for him and his bravery. Let’s keep praying for him.”

As Wilt left the Frazier Rehab facility, he was honored by his fellow officers and accompanied by his family. He was then driven to Southeast Christian Church on Blankenbaker Parkway, where well-wishers lined up to greet him. The van continued its journey to Oldham County, where community members gathered along Highway 53 in La Grange to show their support for Wilt.

LMPD also took to social media to honor Wilt’s heroic actions, describing him as resilient, strong, and courageous. They used the hashtag #WiltsWarriors to show their support.

Supporting Officer Wilt

To help cover Wilt’s medical expenses, the Louisville Metro Police Foundation has set up a donation site. Those who wish to contribute can click or tap here.

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