Corpus Christi Police Officer Michael Love was released from the hospital Wednesday.
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The Corpus Christi Police Officers Association posted a photo of Love leaving Christus Spohn Hospital Shoreline at about 5:15 p.m.
Love told U.S. Rep. Michael Cloud during their visit on Monday that he hoped to be home in time to attend Officer Alan McCollum's funeral on Thursday.
He received a pelvic injury during the Friday night traffic stop that injured him and killed McCollum.
"During the incident he ended up pushing a car off of himself to break himself free," Cloud told Scripps Media on Tuesday.
He said Love was upbeat on Monday despite being in the hospital.
"Everything I heard about Officer Love was true," he said. "You think you're coming to encourage somebody and he encourages you with his optimistic spirit."