U.S. Senator Harry Reid's wife and daughter in serious accident

by | Mar. 12, 2010

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The wife and daughter of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid were injured Thursday in a highway accident, a spokesman for the Democratic senator from Nevada said. The injuries aren't considered life-threatening.

Reid's wife, Landra, broke her neck, her back and her nose, and their adult daughter, Lana Reid Barringer of McLean, Virginia, suffered a neck injury and facial lacerations, spokesman Jon Summers said.

Landra Reid, 69, was in serious condition and scheduled to stay overnight in the hospital, though she was not expected to require surgery; daughter Lana Barringer, 49, was to be released Thursday night, Summers said.

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