What You Need To Know: Steve Scalise
Photo: AP Photo/Cliff Owen
Photo: AP Photo/Cliff Owen

What are the conditions of the 5 Congressional baseball practice shooting victims?

Five people, including a Congressman, were shot Wednesday at a Congressional baseball team practice in Alexandria, Va. The assailant was killed by return gunfire from U.S. Capitol Police officers, including two who were wounded.

Here is a list of the victims hit during the attack by James T. Hodgkinson, 66, of Belleville, Ill., who died later in a hospital.

Rep. Steve Scalise, 51, Republican congressman

Injury: Shot in hip 

Condition: Critical 

Scalise is hospitalized at MedStar Washington Hospital Center, where he has had three surgeries since the shooting.

Bio: Scalise, who represents Louisiana’s 1st Congressional District, is currently the No. 3 Republican in the House serving as Majority Whip. He was elected to Congress in 2008. He is married and has two children. The family resides in Jefferson, La. 

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Matt Mika, 38, government relations director, Tyson Foods, Washington office

Injuries: Shot twice in chest 

Condition: Critical

Mika is hospitalized at George Washington University Hospital. His family released a statement saying Mika was shot multiple times and is in critical condition. 

Bio: Mika is a former aide to Rep. Tim Walberg, R-Mich. A Michigan native, he is a graduate of Adrian College and earned a master’s degree from Western Michigan University. The former baseball player reportedly volunteered to help the congressional team.

Crystal Griner, 32, Capitol Police officer assigned to Scalise

Injury: Shot in ankle 

Condition: Good 

Hospitalized at MedStar Washington Hospital Center 

Bio: Griner graduated in 2006 from Hood College in Frederick, Md. where she majored in biology and was a guard on the basketball team, according to the Frederick News Post.

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Zachary Barth, staff member of Rep. Roger Williams, R-Texas

Injury: Bullet wound in leg 

Condition: After the shooting, Barth posted on Facebook that he was “in the hospital and okay.” Williams tweeted out Barth was expected to make a full recovery. 

Barth has been released from a hospital.

Bio: A native of Houston Barth is a 2015 graduate of the University of Texas at Austin.

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David Bailey, 32, Capitol Police officer assigned to Scalise

Injury: Minor 

Condition: Treated and released 

Bio: Bailey, a federal officer since 2008, majored in physical education and graduated from North Carolina Central University in 2007, according to the Durham Herald-Sun.

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