Landra Reid, the wife of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.), who was injured in a car crash last week, was released from the hospital Sunday, Reid's spokesman Jon Summers said.

Landra Reid had suffered a broken back and neck after a tractor-trailer rear-ended her minivan on Interstate 95 in Northern Virginia on Thursday. She underwent surgery Friday at Inova Fairfax Hospital in Falls Church, Va., and doctors have said that she is no longer at risk of paralysis.

Also in the minivan was Sen. Reid's daughter, Lana, who was released from the hospital hours after the crash. 

The police have charged the driver of the tractor-trailer, Alan Snader, with reckless driving. He was not injured Thursday.

Reid's campaign has said the crash doesn't affect his plans to run for a fifth Senate term.