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LAX Airport Victims Taken to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center

Date: 11/01/2013
Contact: UCLA Health Sciences Media Relations
Phone: 310-794-0777

11/2/2013 10:00 a.m.

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center received three male victims from the LAX Airport shootings. One remains in critical condition, one remains in fair condition and one was treated and released yesterday afternoon.

No other information can be provided and no physicians are available for interviews. No reporters will be allowed into the hospital with cameras regarding this particular story.

If news media want to do stand-ups, please park on Gayley Avenue in the loading zone area just south of Charles Young Drive. Reporters can do stand-ups at the corner of Gayley and Charles Young Drive with the hospital as a backdrop.

No other updates will be provided until this evening unless there is a change in patient status.

3:10 p.m.

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center received three male victims from the LAX Airport shootings. One remains in critical condition, one remains in fair condition and one was treated and released this afternoon.

No other information can be provided and no physicians are available for interviews. No reporters will be allowed into the hospital with cameras regarding this particular story.

If news media want to do stand-ups, please park on Gayley Avenue in the loading zone area just south of Charles Young Drive. Reporters can do stand-ups at the corner of Gayley and Charles Young Drive with the hospital as a backdrop.

No other updates will be provided today.

12:00 p.m.

Dr. Lynne McCullough, UCLA emergency medicine physician at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, will provide a brief statement about the three LAX Airport shooting victims brought to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center at 12:30 p.m.

11:30 a.m.

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center received three male victims from the LAX Airport shootings. One arrived in critical condition and two are listed in fair 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 at the UCLA Blood and Platelet Center.

For updates, please visit www.uclahealth.org.