A third victim in the Asiana Airlines plane crash at San Francisco International Airport on July 6 died Friday morning, a San Francisco General Hospital spokeswoman said.
The victim, a girl who had been a passenger on Flight 214, had been in critical condition and succumbed to her injuries this morning, hospital spokeswoman Rachael Kagan said.
No further information was immediately released about the girl out of respect for her family, Kagan said.
San Francisco General Hospital this afternoon is still treating six patients, five adults and a child, who were injured in the crash.
Two of those patients, both adults, remain in critical condition with injuries that include spinal cord and abdominal trauma, road rash and bone fractures, Kagan said.
The other four patients' conditions range from serious to fair to good, she said.
The hospital has handled a total of 67 patients who were injured in the crash, according to Kagan.
Stanford and Lucile Packard Children's hospitals evaluated 55 people from the crash, admitting 18. One remains hospitalized, in serious condition, according to spokesman James Larkin.