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Dad Reportedly Says Daughter Critically Wounded During Arapahoe High School Shooting Is 'Not Doing Well

"Our beautiful daughter Claire Davis has severe head trauma as a result of a gunshot."

The 17-year-old girl shot Friday afternoon at a Colo. high school is "not doing very well," her father told KMGH-TV.

Claire Davis remains in critical condition at Littleton Adventist Hospital after being the victim of a Friday's shooting at Arapahoe High School, according to KMGH-TV.

Claire Davis remains in critical condition after being shot Friday afternoon at Arapahoe High School. (Image source: Screen grab via KMGH-TV)

"Our beautiful daughter Claire Davis has severe head trauma as a result of a gunshot. She needs your continued prayers," the family said in a statement, read by Sheriff Grayson Robinson.

"We would like to thank our family, friends, the community and the equestrian community for their outpouring of love and support, as well as the school for their continued support of the students and teachers," the statement continued. "We would also like to express our gratitude to the first-responders and the trauma team at Littleton Adventist Hospital for saving our daughter's life and quickly getting her into surgery. Claire is still in critical condition and your prayers are appreciated."

"At this time we ask that you respect our wishes for privacy, for us and the hospital. Thank you for your continued support, love and prayers — the Davis family," it added.

On Friday, an 18-year-old student critically wounded Davis before he died after apparently turned his gun on himself. The student was thought to have been seeking revenge on a specific teacher.

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