SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Olympic champion swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen has been moved from intensive care to a regular hospital room, nine days after severing her spinal cord in an all-terrain vehicle accident.
Hospital spokeswoman Jamie Grimm says the six-time gold medalist was in good condition and moved from the ICU on Sunday morning.
Van Dyken-Rouen remarked on the move on Twitter.
FINALLY out of ICU! Now I have an amazing view. Sorry the blinds are in pic, but you still get the idea. http://t.co/c5Bl9WhhmA
- Amy Van Dyken-Rouen (@amyvandyken) June 15, 2014Van Dyken-Rouen was injured June 6 when the ATV she was driving hit a curb and sent her hurtling off a drop-off near Show Low. The accident left her paralyzed, though her family says it's unclear if she will remain that way.
The 41-year-old swimmer plans to do her rehabilitation at a Denver-area hospital.
She won four gold medals at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics and two more in Sydney before retiring from competition.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Amy Van Dyken-Rouen out of ICU