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UMC, EPCH update on patients from August 3rd shooting

Monday morning, University Medical Center of El Paso and El Paso Children’s Hospital officials provided an update on the patients treated at each hospital as a result of the mass casualty shooting at an El Paso Walmart on Aug. 3.

The following is an update regarding the 15 patients brought to University Medical Center of El Paso as a result of the mass casualty shooting. Currently, there are seven patients at UMC as a result of the shooting:

 2 children were transferred from University Medical Center to El Paso Children’s Hospital on Aug. 3 with non-life threatening injuries and discharged by El Paso Children’s Hospital Aug. 4

 5 adult patients have been discharged from University Medical Center

 1 adult patient was pronounced dead shortly after arrival at University Medical Center on Aug. 3

 2 adult patients remain in critical condition and are receiving treatment in University Medical Center’s Intensive Care Unit

 5 adult patients are in stable but serious condition at University Medical Center

Another update will be provided as appropriate or when there is a significant change in status of these patients.

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