UPDATE

2 still hospitalized in NAU shooting; campus gathering planned Tuesday

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Studentsattend news briefing Friday morning after the shooting. (Source: KPHO/KTVK) Studentsattend news briefing Friday morning after the shooting. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)
Booking photo of shooting suspect Steven Jones. (Source: NAU Police) Booking photo of shooting suspect Steven Jones. (Source: NAU Police)
The NAU campus held a candlelight vigil Friday night. (Source: KPHO./KTVK) The NAU campus held a candlelight vigil Friday night. (Source: KPHO./KTVK)
NAU student Nick Prato was recovering after being shot in the neck. (Source: KPHO/KTVK) NAU student Nick Prato was recovering after being shot in the neck. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)
FLAGSTAFF, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -

Two of the victims of Friday morning's shooting at Northern Arizona University are still in the hospital.

One of them is showing signs of improvement. Kyle Zientek was shot twice in the back. He walked for the first time over the weekend since the shooting.

[IMAGES: Police scene, students react]

Nicholas Piring is also still in the hospital.

Nick Prato was released Friday after undergoing surgery for his injuries.

“I was just hoping my friend wasn't dead,” Prato said, referring to Colin Brough. “I was just holding him in my arms. I saw all the blood and I was just traumatized by the whole situation,” he said.

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While cradling his friend, Prato was shot once in the neck.

“I’m very lucky,” he said.

Brough did not survive.

Officers said Steven Jones, 18, a freshman at NAU, is being held on $2 million bond.  Jones faces one count of first-degree murder and three counts of aggravated assault.      

Jones, an 18-year-old fraternity pledge, told police he shot the group of students only after they hit him in the face and chased him, according to court documents. He also said he tried to administer first aid to one of the victims.

Prosecutors said the suspect's account amounted to a "self-serving" statement and alleged Jones was the aggressor.

The shooting set off panic at the Flagstaff campus as students heard gunshots and quickly took to social media to figure out what happened.

Students Monday faced their first full day back at classes following the incident.

“We are planning a campus gathering at the time we had originally planned a campus forum Tuesday, Oct. 13,” NAU President Rita Cheng said in a statement over the weekend.

The gathering will begin at 3:30 p.m. in the South Quad and people will make their way to Old Main in the historic North Quad for a brief program beginning at around 4:15 p.m. 

"We will pause campus activities and ask that faculty release students from class so all may join us at this time," Cheng said. "Please wear NAU attire or navy blue in support of our Lumberjack family."

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