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Ten Westminster terror attack victims treated at King’s and St Thomas’ hospitals

Ten people were admitted for treatment at King’s College and St Thomas’ hospitals following yesterday’s terror attack.

King’s confirmed this morning, Thursday, that they had admitted a total of eight people, two female and six male patients.

This afternoon, they confirmed that two are still in a critical condition, four are stable and two have been discharged.

The hospital instigated its “major incident plan” at 3.52pm yesterday, following the terror attack in Westminster.

As part of the procedures, space was cleared in the most important parts of the hospital, including intensive care beds, surgical wards and operating theatres.


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The hospital praised the “excellent response” of clinical and non-clinical staff.

A man and a woman are also being treated at St Thomas’ Hospital following yesterday’s events.

Both patients are said to be in a stable condition.

Amanda Pritchard, chief executive of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, said: “I would like to thank all staff who were involved in the response to the terrible event yesterday.


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“The trust’s major incident procedures have worked well and there has been an excellent response from both clinical and non-clinical staff.

“My thoughts are with all affected by this appalling tragedy.”

Five people were killed in yesterday’s attack, including a policeman, the attacker, and a woman.

Up to 40 people were injured, including three police officers, are a car ploughed into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge.

The attack took place at about 2.40pm.

 

 

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  1. Maybe I read this wrong but it says 10 people were taken to hospital on the 22/3/17 and that was still the case on the 23/3/17 when in fact 2 people were discharged. It also says 40 people were injured and 5 killed. So does that mean that 30 people were injured by a car travelling at 70mph and didn’t need hospital treatment?

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