SEATTLE (AP) — Two people wounded in Thursday’s shooting at Seattle Pacific University remain at a Seattle hospital.Harborview Medical Center spokeswoman Susan Gregg says a 19-year-old woman is in critical condition Friday in the intensive care unit. She underwent a five-hour surgery for chest and abdominal wounds from a shotgun blast. Gregg says she has shown some improvement but remains on a breathing machine.Also, a 24-year-old man is in satisfactory condition with pellet fragment wounds to his neck and chin. Gregg says he could be released Saturday. He is a SPU student and Gregg believes the 19-year-old woman also is a student.A 19-year-old man died Thursday after arriving at the hospital.And, Gregg says a 22-year-old man who was checked at the hospital Thursday is the man who subdued the shooter. Gregg says the 22-year-old had no physical injury but was undergoing mental anguish from the trauma.SEATTLE — When a lone gunman armed with a shotgun at a small Seattle university stopped firing at students to reload, another student pepper-sprayed him and subdued him with the help of others and prevented more deaths, police said.“There are a number of heroes in this,” Assistant Police Chief Paul McDonagh said. “The people around him (the gunman) stepped up.”A 19-year-old man was fatally shot and two other young people were wounded after the gunman entered the foyer at Otto Miller Hall on the Seattle Pacific University campus and started shooting Thursday afternoon. When he paused to reload, a student building monitor disarmed him. The gunman had additional rounds and a knife, McDonagh said.