Brian Anderson - 17
Brian was treated and released from Exempla Lutheran Medical Center for a superficial wound to his chest. The bullet traveled through a double-pained window before hitting his neck chain and lodging in his clothing.
Richard Castaldo - 17
Richard was sent to Swedish Medical Center with 5 gunshot wounds to his chest, back, arm, colon, with two punctured lungs, a pierced spleen, and a wounded kidney. He was transferred to Craig Hospital for rehabilitation on his spinal cord injury and is partially paralyzed. He was outside the southwest entrance to Columbine eating lunch with Rachel Scott when the shooting began.
Jennifer Doyle - 17
Jennifer sustained gunshot wounds and was treated at Littleton Adventist Hospital. She was shot while she was in the library.
Stephen Austin Eubanks - 17
Stephen was treated at Littleton Adventist Hospital for gunshot wounds to his head and knee. Stephen was in the library when the massacre began.
Nick Foss - 18
Nick was grazed by a bullet while helping teachers and students hide in closets and overhead air ducts. He was treated at Littleton Adventist Hospital for sustaining injuries from a 15 foot fall when the air duct he was in collapsed above the cafeteria floor.
Sean Graves - 15
Sean was walking along the sidewalk by the outside staircase with Lance Kirklin and Daniel Rohrbough when he was shot. Sean was treated at Swedish Medical Center for gunshot wounds to his back and abdomen. He was transferred to Craig Hospital for rehabilitation on his spinal cord and is still partially paralyzed.
Makai Hall - 16
St. Anthony Central Hospital treated Makai for gunshot wounds. Makai was in the library of Columbine High School.
Anne Marie Hochhalter - 17
Anne Marie was shot in the chest and the bullets injured her liver. She was treated at Swedish Medical Center and also has a spinal cord injury and is in rehabilitation. Anne Marie was walking outside the school, near the parking lot when she was shot.
Patrick Ireland - 17
Patrick was shot twice in the head which paralyzed the right side of his face. He was the student who climbed/fell out of the library window into the arms of the SWAT team on live TV. He was treated at St. Anthony Central Hospital.
Joyce Jankowski - 45
Littleton Adventist Hospital treated and released Joyce for her injuries.
Michael Johnson - 15
Michael was treated at St. Anthony Central Hospital for gunshot wounds. He was shot outside the school by the soccer field.
Mark Kintgen - 17
Mark received multiple gunshot wounds to his head and neck while he was in the library. He was treated at Denver Health Medical Center.
Lance Kirklin - 16
Lance had his jaw blown off at point blank range by one of the sawed off shot guns. A slug from the other shot gun damaged his right femur (leg). He also had gunshot wounds in his left leg and chest from the 9mm. He was taken to Denver Health Medical Center for treatment. Lance was walking outside the school with Daniel Rohrbough and Sean Graves when the shooting started.
Lisa Kreutz - 18
Lisa's shoulder was blown apart and her right hand was bleeding from an arterial wound. She laid on the library floor for 2 1/2 hours as her blood poured out of her from the wounds. After the school was secure, Denver paramedic Troy Laman was brought into the library and she was the only student he found that was still alive. She was transported to Denver Health Medical Center.
Adam Kyler - 16
Adam was treated at Littleton Adventist Hospital for abdominal pain.
Stephanie Munson - 17
Littleton Adventist Hospital was able to treat Stephanie's ankle wound. She was shot inside the school in the southwest hallway.
Patti Nielson - 35
Patti was shot by Eric in the hallway just outside the library. She rushed in and called 911 from underneath the counter. It was her 911 call that was broadcast on the news in the following days. After the killers left the library, Patti moved into a back room of the library and hid in the cupboard. She heard the killers return to the library and commit suicide, but still remained hidden until police found her. She was treated at Littleton Adventist Hospital.
Nicole Nowlen - 16
Nicole was treated for gunshot wounds to the abdomen at Exempla Lutheran Medical Center. The Columbine library is where Nicole was injured.
Jeanna Park - 18
With gunshot wounds to her leg and shoulder, Jeanna was transported to Denver Health Medical Center. Jeanna was shot in the library.
Kasey Ruegsegger - 17
Kasey was sitting at a computer desk in the library when she was shot. Kasey was originally taken to St. Anthony Central Hospital for her shoulder and hand wound, but transferred to Presbyterian St. Luke's Hospital for the surgery.
Valeen Schnurr - 18
Sustaining 9 shrapnel and bullet wounds to her chest, abdomen and arm, Valeen was rushed to Swedish Medical Center. She went home with four bullets still in her body. In early June, she had two of the bullets removed. Valeen was in the library with Lisa Kreutz and Lauren Townsend.
Dan Steepleton - 17
Dan was treated and released from Littleton Adventist Hospital for gunshot wounds. Dan received his wounds in the library.
Mark Taylor - 16
Mark was the only survivor to go to University Hospital for gunshot wounds to his chest, arms and one leg. Mark was by the soccer field when he was shot.
Evan Todd - 15
Evan was the first student in the library to be fired upon. The bullet was actually fired from outside the library, through the open doorway, striking him.
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