More Than 30 Asiana Flight 214 Crash Victims Remain Hospitalized
SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — Of those injured in Saturday’s crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 at San Francisco International Airport, more than 30 crash victims remain hospitalized.
More than 180 people were taken to Bay Area hospitals after the crash, 62 of which were treated at San Francisco General Hospital.
“We currently have 17 in hospital beds and have discharged 45,” said Rachael Kagan, a spokeswoman with SF General Hospital. She said six of those 17 patients still hospitalized are in critical condition.
More crash victims came to SF General Hospital around 9 p.m. Sunday night.
“There were nine patients; eight adults and one child who arrived at the emergency room with various complaints including; neck, back, abdomen pain and muscle strain,” Kagan added.
She said all nine of those patients have been discharged. 10 of the 55 victims seen at Stanford Hospital are still there, two of which are in critical condition.
Five people remain hospitalized and in stable condition at Mills-Peninsula Hospital in Burlingame. One patient is at St. Francis Hospital in San Francisco as well as one at St. Mary’s Hospital, also in San Francisco.
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