The family of the British tourist whose leg was severed after being hit by a cab said in a statement Thursday that they're thankful for everyone's help.
Sian Green, 23, was struck when the cab jumped the curb at 49th Street and Sixth Avenue Tuesday morning.
Her injuries were severe enough that doctors had to amputate her left leg below the knee.
She continues to recover at Bellevue Hospital.
Her parents say they were able to save her right leg and are confident she'll have full use of it after physical therapy.
Good Samaritans, including celebrity doctor Mehmet Oz, rushed over to help Green.
Through a statement, her family thanked Dr. Oz and everyone else for their help and support, adding, "Everyone we have come into contact with at the hospital has been more than helpful in ensuring our daughter is being well taken care of...We hope Sian will soon be on her way to recovery and will be able to personally thank all the kind people of New York City."
The driver of the cab was given a ticket because police say he wasn't authorized to drive a cab.
A bicyclist who was also hit by the cab suffered minor injuries.