Thursday, February 14, 2008

KISHWAUKEE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL: NIU SHOOTING VICTIMS ARRIVE

Welcome to the
Kishwaukee Community Hospital site.


Due to an incident at Northern Illinois University, we will be using this
Web site to update you as often as possible.

The most recent update was made at 8:50 p.m. on Thursday 2/14

18 patients have arrived.

1 – fatality confirmed, unidentified male
(not identified as the gunman)

6 – critical patients transferred
2 flown to Saint Anthony Medical Center
3 flown to Good Samaritan Hospital
1 flown to Rockford Memorial Hospital

3 – admitted to Kishwaukee Community Hospital

8 – discharged


Press conference scheduled for 11 a.m. at Kishwaukee Community Hospital.

NO MEDIA will be allowed in the Patient Care Areas of the Hospital.


For further information, please visit this site again and be sure to “refresh”
your browser. You also may call (815) 756-1521 x153737

Thank you!

5 comments:

FairestWitness said...

If just one sane person in that lecture hall had been armed ....

Academia needs to rethink their no guns policies. It's not working.

CHOMP said...

This scene has happened too many times...and this one won't be the last. I could agree that teachers and professors should be allowed to carry firearms, and be trained on what to do.

FairestWitness said...

Chomp, the way to protect students AND innocent adults from A/holes like these is to allow them to defend themselves, IMHO.

CHOMP said...

Fairestwitness...I wouldn't want to think everyone at school had a gun, but if I were a student these days...I would want to carry a gun!

FairestWitness said...

I understand your objection, but we have to trust one another. Think about what soldiers do in battle, they trust each other to protect them. That is the only way we are going to stop the carnage. The cowards who perpetrate these acts are counting on their targets, their victims being unarmed. It's why they are able to carry it off. We've got to stop being sitting ducks. Otherwise these evil bastards win.