Two more women wounded in Tuesday's shootings in Buffalo, Minn., were identified Friday, and online fundraisers were started to help them and their families.

Antonya Fransen-Pruden, 32, was shot in the back while working at the Allina Clinic on Crossroads Campus Drive, according to a GoFundMe page set up by her family. Another woman who was shot and wounded, Tammy Schaufler, 59, was identified on the new Buffalo Strong website.

North Memorial Health Hospital in Robbinsdale on Friday confirmed that three victims remain in the hospital. One is in fair condition and two are in good condition. The hospital did not include names with the conditions.

The release of Fransen-Pruden's and Schaufler's names leaves just one injured shooting victim unidentified. Earlier, Sherry Curtis was identified as one of the four wounded in Tuesday's attack. Lindsay Overbay, a medical assistant at the clinic, was fatally shot.

Gregory Paul Ulrich, 67, of Buffalo, faces seven charges in connection with the attack — one count of second-degree murder, four counts of attempted first-degree premeditated murder, one count of possession of an explosive device and one count of possession of a pistol without a permit. He had a history of making threats toward the clinic over what he said was unnecessary back surgery, authorities have said.

The deadly attack at the health care facility sent shock waves through the Wright County community.

"Though the extent of Antonya's injuries are currently unknown, what we do know is Antonya's life has changed forever and she has a long road ahead of her for recovery," her family wrote on the GoFundMe site.

Fransen-Pruden has two young children and earned her bachelor's degree in nursing in December. She was studying for her board exams while working full time at the clinic.

"The family would like to sincerely thank you all for the outpour of love, messages and prayers we have received for Antonya," the family said on the site. "Please know that your positive energy is felt and has kept us all going during this deeply sad and stressful time. "

A Buffalo hair salon is collecting donations on behalf of Schaufler. All proceeds from product sales made Feb. 18-20 at Natural Roots Salon will be donated toward her recovery. Donations can also be made through Venmo to @NaturalRootsSalon.

Alex Chhith • 612-673-4759

Correction: Previous versions of this story misspelled the name of Tammy Schaufler.