Rep. Suzanne Bonamici (D-Ore.) on Sunday thanked the first responders who treated her and her husband after the 2 had been hit by a automotive whereas crossing a avenue in Portland, Ore.
“Thank you to everyone for your well wishes, and to the first responders and health care workers who provided the care we needed. My husband and I are continuing to recover at home, and are grateful for your kind thoughts and support,” Bonamici said on Twitter.
The congresswoman was treated for a concussion and a laceration to her head, and her husband also suffered minor injuries, according to Bonamici’s communications director, Natalie Crofts.
Bonamici was launched from the hospital to get better at dwelling and is anticipated to make a full restoration, although she’s unable to make public occasions within the state or in Washington, D.C., whereas she’s therapeutic.
Bonamici represents Oregon’s northwest coast and elements of Portland, the state’s 1st Congressional District, and has held her House seat since 2012.
— Updated at 7:43 a.m.