- Associated Press - Wednesday, December 24, 2014

NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) - A suburban Philadelphia teenager is out of the hospital a week after he was wounded in a shooting, slashing and chopping frenzy that left his parents, sister and three other relatives dead.

Montgomery County officials say 17-year-old Anthony Flick was released Monday. They say he suffered chopping wounds to the head and hands in the Dec. 15 attack.

Police found Flick in a third-floor bedroom and took him by helicopter to Philadelphia’s Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.

Prosecutors say 35-year-old Iraq war veteran Bradley William Stone also killed Flick’s grandmother, great grandmother and aunt, Stone’s ex-wife.

Prosecutors say Stone later committed suicide with a combination of drugs.

Flick’s friends have raised more than $28,000 for medical bills and other costs.

They say he still has a long road to recovery.

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