This undated photo provided by the family to the Oregon State Police shows Trooper Nic Cederberg. A Christmas Day shooting left a woman dead, led to a chase and gunbattle in a suburb of Portland, who is seriously injured Cederberg and killed the murder suspect, according to authorities and court records Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2016. Cederberg brother wrote on an online fundraising page, Dec. 29, 2016, that his brother has been transferred from the intensive care unit to a regular patient room. (Cederberg Family/with Thanks to the Oregon State Police via AP)
PORTLAND, Ore. – The family of a wounded Oregon State Police trooper says that he is moved out of the intensive care and in a room in the hospital, just a few days after he was shot several times on christmas eve.
The brother of Trooper Nic Cederberg wrote on an online fundraising page, which the officer will undergo surgery Friday to repair a broken arm. The brother of Jeff Cederberg, says the procedure is his brother, the last major surgery for the moment and he is “particularly the doctors and nurses with how his recovery is going.”
Authorities say the trooper was shot Sunday night by murder suspect James Tylka after a chase. Tylka was then killed by the police.
Officers pursued Tylka after finding his estranged wife to death outside his suburban Portland home.