Winona State alum in theater shooting gets hospital visit from Christian Bale

The actor who starred as Batman in "The Dark Knight Rises" visited Carey Rottman and other patients wounded during a screening of his movie. A hospital executive says the patients enjoyed the visit and he hopes it was therapeutic. Meanwhile, Rottman faces more surgery in a recovery that could take a year.
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The actor who starred as Batman in "The Dark Knight Rises" visited Carey Rottman and other patients wounded during a screening of his movie. A hospital executive says the patients enjoyed the visit and he hopes it was therapeutic. Meanwhile, Rottman faces more surgery in a recovery that could take a year.

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