Environmentalist Sunita Narain, who was critically injured after a speeding car hit her while she was riding a bicycle on Sunday morning, is stable, doctors treating her have said.
Narain, who was rushed to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences Trauma Centre, was operated upon for multiple fractures on both her arms.
“She is responding to the medicines and her condition is stable,” Dr Kamran Farooque, orthopaedic surgeon at AIIMS, said.
Narain underwent a nine-hour-long surgery during which two titanium rods were implanted in her arms. Her nose required sutures and may need some corrective surgeries later.