Emmett Miller posted Sunday afternoon that his wife, Pat Miller, was doing well and starting medication.
Miller is listed in fair condition at Hendrick Medical Center.
Saturday, 9:40 PM: The ACU bus crash victim moved to a hospice Saturday has improved, according to a post on her husband's Facebook page.
"God is amazing. Pat woke up and is very responsive. Asking about people. Still not for sure what has happened. Keep praying. In Hendricks in Abilene," the post reads.
Saturday, 7:20 PM:
The last hospitalized ACU bus crash victim has been moved to hospice care in Abilene.
Emmett Miller posted on his Facebook page Saturday that his wife, Pat Miller, had been moved from hospital care to Hendrick Hospice.
"Thanks to all for prayers, cards, e-mails, etc., Pat is being transferred to Hendricks Hospice in Abilene today. She is in no pain and is at peace. She is in coma. All tests and Dr's visits, there is no brain activity. Her living will says she does not want to just be with no activity in live. She has suffered with Lulus, MS, for 25 years. We are allowing her wishes of going home where she will no longer hurt but rejoice in heaven with those who have gone before. Pray for a peaceful passing.
We love all of you. Again, thank you for your care and concern. The family is very comfortable in this decision," the post reads.
Emmett Miller was also on the bus when it crashed November 4 on Highway 83 in Runnels County. He was released from the hospital November 7.
ACU sophomore Anabel Reid, 19, was killed in the accident.