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Jamie Lynn Spears seen at 64th Annual BMI Country Awards at BMI on Tuesday, Nov 1, 2016, in Nashville, Tenn. (Photo by Sanford Myers/Invision/AP)

Jamie Lynn Spears' daughter is out of the hospital after an ATV accident


UPDATE Feb. 11 at 9:23am EST:

Singer Jamie Lynn Spears' daughter left a New Orleans hospital Friday five days after a near fatal all-terrain vehicle accident in Louisiana.

Britney Spears' 8-year-old niece Maddie almost drowned in a pond at the family's estate in Kentwood on Sunday after flipping the ATV as she attempted to steer past a drainage cover.

Maddie regained consciousness on Tuesday and on Friday doctors agreed she was well enough to go home.

UPDATE 4:39pm EST:

Jamie Lynn Spears' daughter, Maddie, is reportedly doing better following an ATV accident that left her submerged underwater for several minutes, TMZ reported. 

A Spears family rep said the eight-year-old regained consciousness and is breathing on her own.

"Doctors were able to remove the ventilator today and she is awake and talking," the rep said on Tuesday.

Original story

Jamie Lynn Spears' 8-year-old daughter Maddie is reportedly in critical condition after an ATV accident Sunday. 

TMZ reports that Maddie was under water for "several minutes" when the ATV she was riding flipped over. 

Sources in Kentwood, Louisiana, told TMZ Maddie was on a hunting trip at the time of the accident and she wasn't with her mom. 

Maddie was airlifted to a nearby hospital for treatment.  

Jamie Lynn Spears made headlines 2007 when she announced she was pregnant with Maddie at just 16 years old. 

At the time she was engaged to Casey Aldridge, who is Maddie's father. The now 25-year-old is married to Jamie Watson. 

Jamie Lynn Spears' father, Jamie Spears, told Entertainment Tonight that the family needs prayers. 

“All I can say is pray for our baby Maddie,” he said. 

A representative for the family told People the family is asking that everyone respect their privacy during this difficult time. 

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