SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Olympic gold-medal swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen has been moved out of intensive care to a regular hospital room.
This comes nine days after an all-terrian vehicle accident left Van Dyken-Rouen paralyzed.
Hospital spokeswoman Jamie Grimm said Van Dyken-Rouen was in good condition and moved from ICU Sunday morning, according to ESPN.
“FINALLY out of ICU! Now I have an amazing view. Sorry the blinds are in pic, but you still get the idea,” Van Dyken-Rouen tweeted.
Sunday she posted pictures of herself smiling with a large yellow lab next to her - and on top of her - in the hospital bed.
Van Dyken-Rouen, 41 was injured when her ATV hit a curb in a restaurant parking lot and sent her over a drop-off between 5 to 7 feet.
The six-time gold-medalist is keeping a positive attitude as she plans to do her rehabilitation at Craig Rehabilitation Hospital in Englewood, Colo. The hospital specializes in spinal cord injuries.
"Happy Father's Day to the best dad ever! Now we can have wheelchair races," she posted Sunday morning on Instagram.