A third victim from the Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash at San Francisco International Airport has died, authorities said Friday.
San Francisco General Hospital officials said the victim was a girl. Her age was not disclosed.
The hospital treated more than 60 people from the crash, releasing most. Two adults remain in critical and four others, including another minor girl, remain hospitalized with various injuries.
The most critical injuries include spinal cord, abdominal and internal bleeding.
A child who was injured in the Asiana Airlines crash in San Francisco died Friday morning, hospital officials said, bringing the death toll from the accident to three.
The unidentified girl had been in critical condition and died as a result of injuries sustained, according to Rachael Kagan, the chief communications officer for the San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center.
Roughly 180 other passengers were injured when Flight 214 clipped the seawall on the runway at San Francisco International Airport just before 11:30 a.m. local time Saturday. Sixteen people remained in hospitals Friday evening, including two adults in critical condition.