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A 14-year-old girl left seriously ill after the Glasgow bin lorry crash is one of five patients still being treated in hospital.
The teenager is being cared for at Glasgow Royal Infirmary, where her condition is said to be "serious but stable''.
The accident, in which a refuse truck ploughed into pedestrians and Christmas shoppers in the city's George Square, claimed the lives of six people and left a further 10 injured.
Greater Glasgow and Clyde NHS Board confirmed today that five patients are still being treated in hospital for injuries they suffered in Monday's crash.
Two women, aged 18 and 64, are both in a stable condition at Glasgow Royal Infirmary.
Another woman, aged 49, is in a stable condition at the city's Southern General Hospital, while a 57-year-old man being treated at the Western Infirmary is also stable.
A health board statement said: "Five patients remain in three hospitals in Glasgow following Monday's tragic incident in George Square.
"Three patients remain in Glasgow Royal Infirmary. One is a 14-year-old girl who is serious but stable, one is an 18-year-old female and one is a 64-year-old female, both of whom are stable.
"A 57-year-old man is being treated at the Western Infirmary and is in a stable condition. A 49-year-old female, who is being treated at the Southern General Hospital, is stable.''