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List of injured from Colorado school attack

April 22, 1999
Web posted at: 1:45 p.m. EDT (1745 GMT)

DENVER (CNN) -- The following is a list of the victims still hospitalized on Friday, three days after the gun-and-bomb assault at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado.

Initially, 24 people were hospitalized. As of Friday, the number was down to 13 -- seven males and six females -- most in critical or serious condition with gunshot and shrapnel wounds.

Swedish Medical Center:

  1. Valeen Schnurr, 18, fair and stable condition; multiple gunshot wounds and shrapnel wounds; nine chest injuries.
  2. Anna Marie Hochhalter, 17, critical condition; gunshot wound to chest; in intensive care.
  3. Sean Graves, 15, condition improved from serious to fair; shot in back; possible spinal injury.
  4. Richard Castaldo, 17, condition improved from critical to serious; shot in chest, arm and back.
Denver Health Medical Center:
  1. Lisa Kreutz, 18, serious condition; multiple gunshot wounds; doing well.
  2. Mark Kintgen, 17, serious condition; multiple gunshot wounds to head and neck.
  3. Jeanna Park, 18, fair condition with multiple gunshot wounds to lower extremities.
  4. Lance Kirklin, 16, critical condition; gunshot wounds to face, chest and legs; is breathing on a ventilator.
Littleton Adventist Hospital:
  1. Jennifer Doyle, 17, good condition; multiple gunshot wounds.
St. Anthony Central Hospital:
  1. Casey Ruegsegger (female), 17, serious condition, multiple gunshot wounds.
  2. Male (name withheld at request of parents), 15, critical condition; multiple gunshot wounds.
  3. Patrick Ireland, 17, serious condition; multiple gunshot wounds. Ireland was rescued by a SWAT team when he crawled through a broken window in the school's library.
University Hospital:
  1. Mark Taylor, 16, serious but stable; two gunshot wounds to chest.
Lutheran Medical Center:
All patients from Columbine treated and released.

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Swedish Hospital (patient conditions)
Littleton Adventist Hospital - Important Phone Numbers
Denver Health Medical Center - Home
APA HelpCenter
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CDC: Facts About Violence Among Youth and Violence in Schools
Violence and Discipline Problems in U.S. Public Schools: 1996-97 / 98-030
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