Gabrielle Rossman, seen here recovering in her hospital bed.
Tampa, Florida - The Hudson triplet who was severely injured in a car crash that killed one of her sisters, was released from St. Joseph's Hospital today.
The family of Gabrielle Rossman, 5, says she has been recovering well since the accident 10 days ago. Doctors say she has two broken bones in her right leg, broken ribs, a broken pelvis, and both of her clavicles are broken.
The triplets, Gabrielle, Isabella and Delaney were playing in their neighbor's front yard in Hudson on a Friday night when an SUV swerved off the street and plowed through three yards before crashing into a car in the driveway.
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The triplets' older sister was able to push Isabella out of the way, but the other two triplets were hit by the oncoming car.
Delaney, 5, died that night.
The family held a memorial for the little girl in Hudson on Friday when hundreds of people turned out to say goodbye by lighting floating lanterns and releasing them into the sky.
Erica Pitzi, 10 News Reporter