The last patient from the May 12 Amtrak train crash has been released from the hospital.

The derailment of Train 188 at Frankford Junction left eight people dead and more than 200 injured.

Temple University Hospital said Tuesday that no patients from tragedy remained at the medical center, where most of the most seriously injured were taken.

Citing federal patient privacy regulations, Temple said it couldn't provide any other details about the final patient, other than to say the crash victim had been treated and "transferred" to an unspecified facility.

Though no hurt passengers remain hospitalized, some, such as chef Eli Kulp, who was paralyzed, still face extensive rehabilitation to recover from their injuries.

While Temple treated the most patients of any hospital after the crash, other victims were sent to Hahnemann University Hospital, Aria Health's Frankford and Torresdale campuses and other medical centers.

The derailment of the speeding train, which was traveling at a speed of more than 100 mph in a 50 mph zone, has put new attention on a safety system called Positive Train Control, designed to prevent such crashes.

The National Transportation Safety Board, which is investigating the derailment, has not yet made a final ruling on its cause.

The crash has also prompted a series of lawsuits against Amtrak and the train's engineer, and spurred a Department of Justice investigation into potential airline price gouging in the days after the derailment.