Remaining Marathon Bombing Patients Are Expected to Survive, Doctors Say

Jeff Bauman, who was critically injured in the bombing, and all others still in area hospitals are expected to survive. A page to help support Bauman has been created:

The dozens of seriously or critically injured Boston Marathon bombing victims, who remain in area hospitals, are all likely to survive, according to doctors.

The quick work of those at the Boston Marathon bombing scene as well as the medical care received at the hospitals will likely mean no more loss of life, reported the AP.

“All I feel is joy,” said Dr. George Velmahos, chief of trauma surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital, referring to his hospital’s 31 blast patients. “Whoever came in alive, stayed alive.”

The AP reported that 51 people remain hospitalized, three of them still in critical condition and five listed as serious. “At least 14 people lost all or part of a limb; three of them lost more than one,” reported the AP.

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