A medical examiner confirmed that the wife of the suspected shooter at a Wisconsin spa was one of the three women killed during a Sunday morning rampage. Zina Haughton, 42, had recently gotten a four-year restraining order against her estranged husband Radcliffe Haughton. The man was found dead in Azana Salon and Spa, in Brookfield, a Milwaukee suburb, after he allegedly opened fire killing his wife and two other women, Cary L. Robuck, 35, and Maelyn M. Lind, 38, before killing himself. Four more women, whose names have not been released, were injured and remain hospitalized.
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