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Santa Monica Shooting Victims Taken to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica
Date: 06/09/2013
Contact: UCLA Health Sciences Media Relations
Phone: 310-794-0777

Updated June 9, 2013 at 12:00 pm

Marcela Franco, age 26, who was in critical condition in the intensive care unit, died this morning. The family requests privacy at this time.

The other patient, Debra Fine, was discharged home in good condition Saturday evening.

No spokespersons from UCLA are available for interviews and no press briefings are scheduled. 

People with type-O negative, type-O positive and type-AB blood are encouraged to donate. The UCLA Blood & Platelet Center is located at 1045 Gayley Ave. Call for an appointment at 310-825-0888, ext. 2.

 

 

Updated June 8, 2013 at 1:45 pm

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center received three female victims from the Santa Monica Shootings on June 7. 

Two had arrived in critical condition. One died later on in the day on June 7.  The other critical patient is in an intensive care unit, where she remains in critical condition.  

The third patient is now listed in good condition. 

Previously, it was reported that three female victims were treated and released at UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica.  This number of patients has been updated to four female patients treated and released on June 7 from UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica.

The patients and their families request that their privacy be respected. 

People with type-O negative, type-O positive and type-AB blood are encouraged to donate. The UCLA Blood & Platelet Center is open June 8 at 1045 Gayley Ave. Call for an appointment today at 310-825-0888, ext. 2.

 

 

Updated June 7, 2013 at 5:31 pm
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center received three female victims from the Santa Monica shootings. Two arrived in critical condition and one has since died. The other critical patient is out of surgery and has been moved to an intensive care unit, where she remains in critical condition. The third patient who was initally listed in serious condition is now listed in fair condition.

In addition, three other female victims were taken to UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica with minor injuries and have been treated and released.

People with type-O negative, type-O positive and type-AB blood are encouraged to donate. The UCLA Blood & Platelet Center is open tomorrow at 1045 Gayley Ave. Call for an appointment today at 310-825-0888, ext. 2.

 

 

Updated June 7, 2013 at 3:00 pm
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center received three female victims from the Santa Monica shootings. Two arrived in critical condition and one has since died. The third is listed in serious condition.

Three female victims were taken to UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica and are listed in good condition.

We currently have enough blood for the situation at hand.  The hospital would appreciate it if members of the community would like to call in early next week to replenish the supply.  Please call 310-825-0888 to schedule an appointment.

 

 

Updated June 7, 2013 at 2:30 pm
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center received three female victims from the Santa Monica College shooting. Two of the patients are listed in critical condition and one is listed in serious condition.

One female victim was taken to UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica and is listed in good condition.

There will be a press briefing at 3:15 p.m. at the corner of Gayley Avenue and Charles Young Drive South.




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