WASHINGTON (AP) -- Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's wife and daughter were being treated in a hospital Thursday for serious injuries they sustained when their vehicle was rear-ended by a truck, a spokesman said.
Reid's wife, Landra, 69, broke her back and neck in the accident, Reid spokesman Jim Manley said.
She and the couple's adult daughter, Lana, were being treated at Inova Fairfax Hospital in suburban Virginia. Neither woman's injuries appeared to be life-threatening, Manley said.
''While driving on a Washington, D.C., highway, their vehicle was rear-ended by a semi-truck,'' Manley said in a statement.
Don't agree with his politics but prayers go out to his family for their health and speedy recovery.