Former Clay County girl in intensive care recovers after Parkland shooting

Former Clay County girl in intensive care recovers after Parkland shooting

PARKLAND, Fla. — UPDATE: A student injured in Wednesday's Parkland shooting that killed 17 and with Jacksonville area ties is recovering, according to a social media post.

Original Feb. 15 story:  A student injured in Wednesday's Parkland school shooting has ties to the Jacksonville area.

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Madeleine Wilford was shot multiple times when Nikolas Cruz opened fire inside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Wednesday.

Mandy was a former student at Plantation Oaks Elementary.

Madeleine, known as "Maddy," and her family lived in the Oakleaf neighborhood in Clay County before moving to Parkland, former neighbors told Action News Jax.

Clay County Superintendent Addison Davis tweeted out Wednesday asking for prayers for Maddy and her family.

Missy Wilford, Maddy's mother, posted on Facebook late Wednesday about her daughter's condition, saying she'd already been through two surgeries, and a third was planned for Thursday:

Missy said Maddy is now in the ICU and stable, but she lost a lot of blood.

Maddy is a member of the Stoneman High School Basketball team.

Friends of Maddie's mother have started a GoFundMe page to help the family.