Washington (CNN) - Sen. Harry Reid's wife, Landra, who broke her neck last week in a four-vehicle accident, was released Sunday from a Virginia hospital, a spokesman for the majority leader said.
Landra Reid, 69, also broke her nose and a vertebra in her lower back in the four-vehicle wreck, which occurred Thursday on Interstate 95 in Fairfax County, Virginia.
She underwent neck surgery Friday.
The couple's adult daughter, Lana Reid Barringer of McLean, Virginia, suffered a neck injury and facial lacerations, and was released from the hospital Thursday night.
A tractor-trailer rear-ended Barringer's 2005 Honda Odyssey, which forced it to rear-end the 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee in front of it, the Virginia State Police report said. The Cherokee was then forced into the next lane, where it struck a 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt, according to the police report.
The drivers of the Jeep and the Chevrolet also were taken to Inova Fairfax Hospital with non life-threatening injuries.
The truck driver, Allan W. Snader, 59, of Ohio, was charged with reckless driving, the police report said. He was not injured in the crash.
Reid met his future wife at Basic High School in Henderson, Nevada, during the mid-1950s. They married in 1959 and had their first child, Lana, two years later. Three boys followed. The couple has 16 grandchildren.
–CNN's Dana Bash contributed to this report.