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List of hospitalized victims from Columbine

April 27, 1999
Web posted at: 9:11 a.m. EDT (1311 GMT)

DENVER (CNN) -- The following is a list of the victims hospitalized following the April 20 attack at Columbine High School, and their conditions as of late Monday.
    Swedish Medical Center:
  1. Valeen Schnurr, 18, fair and stable; multiple gunshot wounds and shrapnel wounds (nine chest injuries). She was released Monday.
  2. Anne Marie Hochhalter, 17, serious condition in intensive care; gunshot wound to chest; ventilator has been removed, she can talk with family.
  3. Sean Graves (male), 15, fair condition; moved to multiple trauma rehabilitation unit.
  4. Richard Castaldo, 17, fair condition; suffered back/spinal chord injury; moved to multiple trauma rehabilitation unit.
    Denver Health Medical Center:
  1. Lisa Kreutz, 18, fair; multiple gunshot wounds to her body
  2. Mark Kintgen, 17. He was released Friday.
  3. Jeanna Park, 18, fair; condition with multiple gunshot wounds to lower extremities.
  4. Lance Kirklin, 16, critical in intensive care; gunshot wounds to face, chest and legs; underwent 15 hours of surgery to his face on Saturday.
    Littleton Adventist Hospital:
  1. Jennifer Doyle, 17. She was released Friday.
    St. Anthony Central Hospital:
  1. Male (name withheld at request of parents), 15, fair; multiple gunshot wounds.
  2. Makai Hall, 16. He was released Friday.
  3. Patrick Ireland, 17, fair; multiple gunshot wounds.
    Presbyterian St. Luke's Medical
  1. Casey Ruegsegger (female), 17, transferred from St. Anthony's; fair condition after undergoing five-hour surgery Monday to her right shoulder and hand; multiple gunshot wounds.
    University Hospital:
  1. Mark Taylor, 16, fair condition; two gunshot wounds to chest.

Lutheran Medical Center: -- All treated and released.



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