Sen. Reid's Wife Leaves Intensive Care - NBC4 Washington

Sen. Reid's Wife Leaves Intensive Care

Doctors at Inova Fairfax upgraded Landra Reid's condition to good



    Capone vs. Ness and Other True Crime Rivalries
    Brendan Hoffman

    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's wife has been transferred out of a Virginia hospital's intensive care unit and is improving after she was seriously injured in an accident on an interstate highway near Washington.

    Jon Summers, a spokesman for the senator, says Landra Reid's condition was upgraded on Saturday to good, two days after a
    tractor-trailer rear-ended the minivan she and their daughter were riding in on I-95.

    Landra Reid underwent surgery Friday to stabilize her broken neck. Summers says doctors at Inova Fairfax Hospital have indicated
    that the 69-year-old is on a fast track for recovery.

    He says there's no update on when she'll be discharged. Landra Reid also suffered a broken back and broken nose. Doctors
    say she is not at risk of paralysis.