A week after the Boston Marathon bombings, take a look at how many people are still recovering from the blasts and subsequent manhunt, according to information from the Boston Globe, the AP and CNN.
170: The number of people initially believed injured in the Boston Marathon bombings.
282: The number of people counted as injured in the Boston Marathon bombings as of April 22. That number rose because several people with minor injuries didn’t immediately seek treatment, according to the Boston Globe.
About 50: People still hospitalized as a result of the Boston Marathon bombings one week after the attack. Different news organizations had slightly different numbers; the AP reported 51 still hospitalized while the Boston Globe reported 48.
At least 17: The number of people in critical condition the day after the attack.
2: The number of people in critical condition as of April 22. They include a 7-year-old girl and a 60-year-old man.
At least 14: Number of people who lost limbs as a result of the attack.
3: Number of people who lost more than one limb.
3: Number of people who died in the Boston Marathon bombings. They include Lingzi Lu, Martin Richard, 8; and Krystle Campbell, 29.
1: Number of police officers who died during the manhunt. Officer Sean Collier, 26, was killed in his car outside the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His death led to a shootout with the suspects that marked the start of the manhunt.
1: Number of police officers still hospitalized after the manhunt as of Monday. Officer Richard H. Donohue Jr., 33, lost a lot of blood in a shootout with the bombing suspects late Thursday night after a bullet hit his femoral vein and femoral artery. Doctors were cautiously optimistic about his recovery Sunday, but he was still in critical condition.
15: Additional officers treated for minor injuries after Thursday night’s shootout.
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