A 14-year-old high school student who was shot by a fellow student was discharged from Reading Hospital. That April 1 East Coventry Township shooting followed an altercation between the two students, with the shooter, identified as 15-year-old Raul Castro, charged with attempted murder. According to a report in the Daily Local News, the prosecutor in the case said Monday during a court proceeding that the 14-year-old still has a long road to his recovery. Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan announced Tuesday that a teen was charged as an adult after shooting a 14-year-old boy Monday, April 1 in East Coventry Township. According to Hogan and the East Coventry Township Police Department, that shooting took place bear the border between Chester and Montgomery Counties, in a location where the teens decided to fight following an altercation over the weekend. Before any physical altercation took place, Castro fired a handgun three times. The victim suffered wounds in the abdomen and shoulder. He was found on the side of an old abandoned railroad bridge near the river. He was flown to a trauma center, where he underwent emergency surgery. He is still hospitalized for those injuries. The firearm was recovered at the scene by law enforcement.