Nearly a week after her single vehicle wreck, Gabriella Leone's condition has been upgraded from critical to stable and she has been moved out of ICU.

Nearly a week after her single vehicle wreck, Gabriella Leone's condition has been upgraded from critical to stable and she has been moved out of ICU.

According to a social media post by Leone's mother Trish, the 18-year-old has been moved "to a room with big windows."

Gabriella is reacting to stimuli and is attempting to speak.

Fearing their had been brain injury, the doctors continue to run tests and have noted Leone knows her name and responds appropriately.

The mother of one of Leone's volleyball teammates, Diane DeVore, suffered a heart attack on June 19, and is hospitalized in the ICU (Intensive Care Unit) at Parkview in Pueblo.

DeVore's husband Rocky reported her condition as "greatly improved."

Although she remains in the ICU, she is only "lightly sedated" and can move her fingers and squeeze her hands.

DeVore's eyes "react to familiar voices" and she reacts to touch.

This (Friday) evening, a prayer vigil will be held from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Fowler High School football field.

Additionally, the Fowler High School volleyball team will donate all monies from their Missouri Day Color Fun Run to the two families to assist with medical expenses.