A Spanish Fork girl was moved out of intensive care 13 days after a freak accident that caused critical injuries to her and her sister.

On July 27, Alyssa Garfield, 6, and Andrea Garfield, 10, were playing inside an inflated room where children jump on the air-cushion floor when strong winds lifted the room, throwing it and the children over the roof of a Skippers Seafood 'N Chowder House in Provo about 6 p.m. The inflated room was being used by the restaurant as part of a promotion.Alyssa's condition has improved from critical to serious, but stable, condition at Primary Children's Medical Center. She suffered serious head trauma, internal injuries, multiple fractures and damage to her legs.

"She was moved to a regular room Tuesday," a hospital spokeswoman said. "She is serious, but improving."

Andrea suffered abdominal injuries and fractured two vertebrae. She was released from Utah Valley Regional Medical Center Aug. 2, a hospital spokesman said.