SAN ANTONIO — As Uvalde begins the process of laying the 21 victims of last week's attack on Robb Elementary to rest, five others shot by the 18-year-old gunman are still battling their injuries in San Antonio hospitals.
One of them, a 10-year-old girl being treated by University Health personnel, remains in serious condition as of Wednesday afternoon.
University Health is also treating a 66-year-old woman and a 9-year-old girl; both are in good condition. The other two patients are adults of unknown age at Brooke Army Medical Center, and they're also expected to be OK.
Arnulfo Reyes, a fourth-grade teacher at Robb Elementary who was hurt in the attack, posted an update on Facebook about his recovery, saying he has a long journey ahead and that "my thoughts and prayers are with the families who continues to grieve their loved ones."
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