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Several Amtrak patients still in critical condition

More than 200 injured passengers were taken to area hospitals after Tuesday night's Amtrak crash, the Philadelphia Office of Emergency Management said Friday afternoon.

More than 200 injured passengers were taken to area hospitals after Tuesday night's Amtrak crash, the Philadelphia Office of Emergency Management said Friday afternoon.

Transfers and updates are difficult to track. Each hospital confirmed the numbers listed below but they should be considered approximate at best.

Eight patients were in critical condition Friday.

Hospital by hospital *

Aria Health-Frankford Campus: 26 patients treated and released or transferred.

Aria Health-Torresdale Campus: 30 patients seen; 24 treated and released; two still hospitalized Friday evening, both in critical condition.

Einstein Medical Center: 10 patients seen; six treated and released; two still hospitalized Friday afternoon.

Hahnemann University Hospital: 28 patients seen; 21 treated and released; three still hospitalized Friday evening.

Holy Redeemer Hospital and Medical Center: Five patients treated and released.

Penn Presbyterian Medical Center: Two patients still hospitalized Friday evening, one in critical condition.

St. Joseph's Hospital: Five patients treated and released.

Temple University Hospital: 55 patients seen; 28 treated and released; nine still hospitalized Friday afternoon, five in critical condition.

Temple University Hospital, Episcopal Campus: 12 patients treated and released or transferred.

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital: 26 patients seen; 20 treated and released; four still hospitalized Friday afternoon.

* Abington Memorial Hospital reported treating and releasing one patient on Wednesday morning. Paoli Memorial Hospital reported admitting and later discharging one patient transferred from Temple.EndText

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