At least 367 people have been treated over the past few days at Oklahoma City-area hospitals for tornado-related injuries.
As of Thursday evening, OU Medical Center and The Children's Hospital have received a combined 93 patients, including 59 children and 34 adults. Of the 59 adults, eight were victims of Sunday's tornadoes. No children were treated as a result of those storms
Ten children were admitted from Monday's tornado, and of those 10, two remain in the hospital. One pediatric patient is in serious condition, and the other is in fair condition
Seven adult patients remain hospitalized from the Monday storm. Two are in good condition, four are in fair condition and one is in critical condition.
The youngest of the patients hospitalized was younger than 4; the oldest was older than 85.
Injuries treated ranged from minor cuts, bruises and hypothermia to severe injuries including open wounds, impalements, open fractures and neck and spinal cord injuries.
Meanwhile, since Monday afternoon, St. Anthony has seen 50 patients, with two coming in since Wednesday with secondary injuries. These types of injuries include cuts and the need for tetanus shots.
Three patients were transferred from St. Anthony to The Children's Hospital. The rest of the patients were treated and released.
A 65-year-old male patient at Integris Southwest Medical Center died. He was running from his storm shelter, fell and hit his head. He later died from those injuries.