The wife of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid underwent neck surgery Friday after being injured with their daughter in a four-vehicle wreck in suburban Washington a day earlier, her surgeon said.
Since the surgery, Landra Reid, 69, has been able "to get out of bed, her pain is well-controlled and she's able to swallow some," said Dr. Elizabeth Franco of Inova Fairfax Hospital.
She can move her arms and legs, but is expected to go through physical therapy before being released in a few days, Franco said. Reid's wife broke her neck, a vertebra in her lower back and her nose, the doctor said.
The couple's adult daughter, Lana Reid Barringer of McLean, Virginia, suffered a neck injury and facial lacerations, the senator's spokesman, Jon Summers, said Thursday. Lana Reid was released from the hospital Thursday night.
- CNN Congressional Producer Ted Barrett and Brianna Keilar contributed
to this report.