SAN ANTONIO (KXAN) — One of the remaining victims from May’s school shooting in Uvalde was released from the hospital, and NBC News identified her as the shooter’s grandmother.

University Health System in San Antonio said Tuesday a 66-year-old woman, who was in good condition just one day ago, was discharged from the hospital.

The condition of a 10-year-old girl in the hospital’s care has also been upgraded from fair to good, according to University Health System.

“We are pleased to share some good news related to last month’s tragic shooting in Uvalde: The 66-year-old woman has been discharged, and the 10-year-old girl has been upgraded to good condition,” the hospital’s update on Twitter reads.

A 9-year-old patient was released June 4.

Nineteen children and two teachers died in the mass shooting after an 18 year old entered an unsecured back door at Robb Elementary School and began firing. Seventeen people were injured; most of them have been released from area hospitals.