Two students injured in the shuttle bus accident Friday have been released from the hospital.
Merissa Ford, junior agribusiness major from Maple Valley, Wash., was released Thursday from Hendrick Medical Center, and Allison Dorshorst, freshman environmental science major from Colleyville, went home from Community Medical Center in San Angelo.
On Wednesday, Anna Watson, sophomore animal science major from Kerrville, was released from Shannon Memorial Hospital in San Angelo.
Four people remain in the hospital because of injuries suffered in Friday’s bus accident, three in critical condition, according to the university’s website dedicated to information related to the crash.
Pat Miller, wife of faculty member Emmett Miller, assistant professor of agriculture and environmental science, is in critical condition at Shannon Memorial Hospital in San Angelo. Emmett Miller was released from Shannon Memorial Monday after treatment but remained in San Angelo with his wife.
Tiffany Lutz, senior animal science major from Zelienople, Pa., is being treated at Hendrick Medical Center in Abilene, and Anna Ciufo, freshman animal science major from The Woodlands, is being treated at Dallas’ Parkland Medical Center and underwent orthopedic surgery Monday.
In addition, Naomi Cruz, freshman animal science major from Richmond, has been transferred to Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston, which is closer to her family.