CBS News reporter Cami McCormick is in stable condition at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington.
McCormick was injured last week in a roadside bombing in Afghanistan; she suffered multiple fractures to her arms and legs when an Army vehicle she and others were riding in was hit by an improvised explosive device. One solder in that vehicle was killed and two others injured, CBS reported.
Three suspects have been detained in connection with the bombing, CBS reported.
CBS officials said in a statement Wednesday that as McCormick’s swelling subsides and doctors are better able to assess her condition, the physicians will release a more concrete prognosis.
McCormick was initially treated at U.S. military facilities in Afghanistan and then was flown to Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany for further treatment before her arrival back in the United States.