One injured person remains critical after mosque shootings

12:51 pm on 6 April 2019

Just one person is still in a critical condition following the mosque attacks in Christchurch.

The Al Noor mosque.

The Al Noor Mosque in central Christchurch. Photo: AFP

Fifty people were killed and 15 people remain in hospital, more than three weeks after the shootings.

The Canterbury District Health Board says just one of those people is in intensive care.

Ten of those hospitalised are at Christchurch Hospital, three are at Burwood Hospital.

Temel Atacocugu (c), a survivor of the  mosque attacks, leaves the Christchurch District Court after the alleged gunman's second court appearance.

Temel Atacocugu, who was injured in the attacks, left his hospital bed to attend a High Court hearing in Christchurch yesterday. Multiple charges were laid against the alleged gunman. Photo: AFP

A five-year-old girl is in Starship Hospital in a stable condition, and her father is in Auckland Hospital, also in a stable condition.

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