KALISPELL — Family members have confirmed that Jordana Hubble has been accepted into a coma emergence program in Houston, Texas.
Jordana was hit by a vehicle on November 12 after a driver failed to yield to the stop sign on a school bus.
Jordana and family members plan to leave for Houston on Monday.
Family members say that Jordana remains in critical condition but is breathing on her own.
Several fundraisers throughout the Flathead Valley have raised money for Jordana’s medical expenses.
Charges have yet to be filed for the driver who hit Jordana, pending toxicology results.
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