About the victims at Franklin Regional

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The 24 people -- nearly all of them students -- were taken to six area hospitals after Wednesday's stabbings at Franklin Regional High School. Twenty-two people, including an adult security guard, were stabbed. Two students suffered minor injuries in the chaos.

Following is an accounting from the hospitals of the number of patients received there after the incident:

Forbes Regional Hospital, Monroeville

Eight patients received -- Seven males, ages 15 to 17, with stab wounds and one adult male. Three teens were taken to the operating room, two in critical condition. An adult male was treated for an unspecified medical condition.

Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, Lawrenceville

Five patients -- A 14-year-old male in critical condition with a stab wound to the right chest; a 17-year-old male in serious condition with a stab wound to the right chest; a 16-year-old male in serious condition with a stab wound to the right arm; a 17-year-old male in fair condition with a stab wound to the left arm; and a 17-year-old female in fair condition with a stab wound to the right hand.

UPMC East, Monroeville

Five patients -- Three 15-year-old males treated and released; a 16-year-old female treated and released; and a 17-year-old female in fair condition with facial wounds, who underwent plastic surgery.

UPMC Presbyterian, Oakland

One patient -- A 17-year-old male in critical condition with chest and abdomen wounds, who underwent surgery.

UPMC Mercy, Uptown

One patient -- An adult male treated and released with superficial wounds.

Allegheny General Hospital, North Side

One patient -- a 15-year-old female, treated and released.

Authorities took the suspect, 16-year-old Alex Hribal, to Westmoreland Hospital, where he was treated for minor cuts on his hands.



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