The 32-year-old Danvers woman who was seriously injured when she was struck by a vehicle in a Maple Street crosswalk in late November has been released from the hospital.
There are few other details available about the condition of Zahra Amjadi, who suffered life-threatening injuries in the Nov. 29 accident. Ryan Donovan, a spokesman for Massachusetts General Hospital, said Amjadi has been released but no further details were available. She was taken to Mass. General by Boston MedFlight helicopter after the 7:30 a.m. crash.
Police said this week that the investigation into the crash is ongoing. Danvers police Capt. Pat Ambrose said that the State Police’s accident reconstruction team is conducting the investigation, which can typically take a month or longer.
“It is still ongoing,” Ambrose said.
The driver who struck Amjadi, Gailute Urbonaite-Narkeviciene, 44, of Danvers was issued a citation for failure to yield in a crosswalk. She was not injured.
Amjadi is a senior power electronic engineer at Osram Sylvania, according to a profile on the professional networking website LinkedIn. She received a Doctorate in Electrical Engineering from Concordia University last year, according to her online professional profile. Prior to that, she received a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Azad University in Iran, according to her resume.
Anne Guertin, a Sylvania spokeswoman, said the company could not comment on Amjadi’s conditions.
Amjadi could also not be reached through a message sent to her via her Facebook account and a phone number associated with a previous address in Malden has been disconnected. Amjadi now lives on Kirkbride Drive in Danvers.