11 still hospitalized after deadly Seattle duck boat crash

SEATTLE -- Doctors are continuing to treat 11 patients at Seattle hospitals after an amphibious tour vehicle crashed into a charter bus, killing five people and injuring dozens.

Harborview Medical Center spokeswoman Susan Gregg said Tuesday that nine people remain there, with just one still in serious condition and the rest satisfactory. Two others remain at University of Washington Medical Center in satisfactory condition.

The crash occurred Thursday on Seattle's Aurora Bridge, a six-lane span with no median. A "duck boat" operated by Ride the Ducks of Seattle swerved into an oncoming charter bus carrying international students from North Seattle College. Four college students died at the scene, and another died at Harborview on Sunday.

More than 50 people were hospitalized after the crash.