San Francisco General Hospital has received 52 patients from the Asiana Airlines crash as of Saturday evening and is not expecting any more patients from the crash, a hospital spokeswoman said.
The hospital has received four waves of patients Saturday from the 11:30 a.m. crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214, including an initial wave of 10 critical patients, hospital spokeswoman Rachel Kagan said.
Of those initial 10, two were children. Kagan said five of those people have since been upgraded to serious condition.
Later waves of patients included a wider mix of conditions, including some with minor injuries who were treated and released without hospitalization, Kagan said.
Kagan noted that the hospital had converted a pediatric urgent care center to help deal with the influx of patients. The hospital also set up tents outside and brought in additional staff today.
While the initial group of patients was primarily made up of Korean speakers, Kagan said the hospital had sufficient translators and Korean-speaking staff on duty to handle the needs of patients.
San Francisco fire officials said this afternoon that 181 people on board the flight had been transported to local hospitals and 123 confirmed uninjured.
Two people have been confirmed dead and one person remained unaccounted, fire officials said.
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