UCLA Health treating high-rise fire patients

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Updated Feb. 1, 5:30 pm

The one remaining patient previously listed in critical condition died on Jan. 31.

Questions regarding identity are being referred to the Los Angeles County Coroner.

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Updated Jan. 30, 1:30 pm

Of the five patients transported to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center:

  • One patient remains in critical condition.
  • Four patients have been treated and released.

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Updated Jan. 29, 2020, 2:25 pm

Of the five patients transported to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center:

  • Two patients have been admitted in critical condition.
  • Two patients have been treated and released.
  • One patient remains under evaluation in the emergency department.

Additional information as it becomes available will be posted on this website and @uclahealth.

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As of 11:00 am Pacific Time on January 29, 2020, the emergency department at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center has received five patients as a result of the high-rise structure fire near Wilshire and Barrington in West Los Angeles.

One patient is in critical condition and has been admitted to the hospital. The other patients are still being evaluated in the emergency department.

Additional information as it becomes available will be posted on this website and @uclahealth.