27 derailment victims remain hospitalized; several still serious or critical

Madigan Amry Medical Center personnel work to treat victims injured in the derailment of an Amtrak Train near Tacoma on Dec. 18, 2017. (Photo: U.S. Army / Madigan Army Medical Center)

TACOMA, Wash. - Twenty-seven victims from Monday's Amtrak derailment are still hospitalized, and several remain in serious or critical condition, officials say.

Local hospitals reported the following updates as of early Wednesday:

- Madigan Army Medical Center at Joint Base Lewis-McChord still has 11 patients, and five of them are in the intensive care unit.

- Harborview Medical Center in Seattle is treating four patients, with two of them still in the intensive care unit.

- Providence St. Peter Hospital in Olympia is taking care of six patients, and two of them remain in critical condition.

- Allenmore Hospital in Tacoma still has two patients, both of them in serious condition.

- Tacoma General Hospital is treating four patients, all of them in serious condition.


This is a developing news story. More information will be posted as it becomes available.

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