2 weeks after the Texas school shooting, a 10-year-old girl is still in serious condition at a local hospital
Four victims are still in Texas hospitals two weeks after the deadly mass shooting in Uvalde.
A 10-year-old girl is in "serious condition," while three adults are in "good condition."
Nineteen children and two adults were killed during the May 24 massacre at an elementary school.
Two weeks after the deadly mass shooting at a Texas elementary school, four injured victims, including a 10-year-old girl, are still hospitalized.
The four patients are among the 17 people who were injured when an 18-year-old gunman stormed Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on May 24 and fatally shot 19 children and two adults.
At San Antonio's University Health, a 10-year-old girl is still in "serious condition," while a 66-year-old woman is listed as being in "good condition."
Across the city at Brooke Army Medical Center, two adult patients are in "good condition right now," a spokesperson told Insider.
The spokesperson declined to provide more details about the patients and said there is no discharge date set yet, adding that they were the only two patients received by the hospital after the shooting.
One of the patients at Brooke Army Medical Center is fourth-grade teacher Arnulfo Reyes, who is recovering after being shot twice by the gunman. All 11 students who were in Reyes' classroom at the time of the shooting were killed in the massacre.
"It all happened too fast. Training, no training, all kinds of training — nothing gets you ready for this," Reyes said in an emotional interview with "Good Morning America," which aired on Tuesday.
He continued: "We trained our kids to sit under the table, and that's what I thought at the time. But we set them up to be like ducks. You can give us all the training you want, but laws have to change."
Read the original article on Insider