Boston Marathon bombing victims update

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April 28, 2013, 7:51 pm
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(NECN) - More of the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings are on the road to recovery.

Boston Medical Center reports it is still treating five of the victims, with only one remaining in critical condition.

Nine people are still hospitalized at Brigham and Women's, and seven of those patients are in good condition.

Beth Israel is still treating six patients, all of whom are in good or fair condition.

Six remain at Mass General, while Children's Hospital has just one young person still in medical care.

Tags: brigham and women's hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston Medical Center, beth Israel hospital, Boston Marathon Bombings, Children's Hospital of Boston
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