Hospitals Treat More than 200 after Okla. Tornado
Hospital officials say they've treated more than 200 patients, including over 70 children, since a tornado ripped through an Oklahoma City suburb.
Dozens of patients remained hospitalized Tuesday following Monday's tornado.
Spokeswoman Brooke Cayot says Integris Southwest Medical Center has seen 90 patients, including five children who have been released. About 20 people remain hospitalized there.
OU Medical Center spokesman Scott Coppenbarger says his hospital has treated 89 people, including 59 children. Sixteen patients, including 10 kids, remain hospitalized Tuesday. He said four other adults were treated after Sunday's storms and also remained hospitalized.
St. Anthony Hospital spokeswoman Sandra Payne says her hospital and two regional facilities have seen 36 patients, including 14 children. Three children were transferred elsewhere. All other patients there were being released.
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