Franklin Regional sophomore released from Forbes Hospital
May 12, 2014 8:45 PM
By Lexi Belculfine / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
A sophomore, who was injured during the mass stabbings at Franklin Regional High School on April 9, was discharged from Forbes Hospital this evening, a hospital spokesman said.
Connor Warwick, 16, suffered injuries to his gallbladder, liver, stomach and pancreas, his family previously said. He was released from the ICU on April 14, and on Friday, his family said he was able to eat solid food for the first time since being injured.
In all, 20 students and a security guard were injured in the attack.
Sophomore Greg Keener, 15, remains in fair condition at Forbes. He is the only student who is still hospitalized.
The suspect in the stabbing, Alex Hribal, a junior from Murrysville, is being held in the Westmoreland County juvenile detention center, charged as an adult with 21 counts of attempted homicide, 21 counts of aggravated assault and a single count of carrying a weapon on school property.