PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- A Philadelphia hospital isn't releasing any information about the lung transplant that Sarah Murnaghan's family says she's receiving today.
The battle by the family of the 10-year-old girl to qualify her for an organ donation prompted public debate over how organs are allocated. Last week, a federal judge intervened, giving her a chance at the much larger list of organs from adult donors.
But it's not clear whether she's getting an adult lung or one from a child. A hospital spokeswoman says she has no information to release.
The girl's mother, Janet Murnaghan, said in a Facebook post that the family is "overwhelmed with emotions." She's thanking all of Sarah's supporters.
The case could bring change for other children. Another young patient at the hospital -- who, like Sarah, has cystic fibrosis -- also went to court to be added to the adult donor list.