The 'miracle' 2 1/2-year-old survivor of the fatal Wenzhou high-speed rail crash, Xiang Weiyi, is in stable condition, said a senior medical officer. The little girl is making a promising recovery after having had two surgeries, Lu Chaosheng, director of medical affairs at the Yuying Children's Hospital, said. Her left leg, seriously injured in the crash, will not have to be amputated as feared earlier, Lu said. It will take a long time and a lot of rehabilitation, however, before her leg is able to function normally again, Lu said, according to the Wenzhou Daily. Nicknamed 'Yiyi', Xiang 'has bravely and successfully made it through ordeals, from being in a life-threatening situation initially to her leg being saved', Lu was quoted as saying by the paper. Xiang was rescued from the train wreckage after rescuers had already called off the search for survivors. She was found 21 hours after the derailment of six carriages. Four fell about 30 metres from a viaduct near Wenzhou after a train ploughed into another on July 23. At least 40 people died and about 200 were injured. Xiang was pulled from underneath an air conditioner which had crushed her leg but had also provided her some protection. Her parents were killed. Her leg required operations to remove dead tissue. Lu said doctors will consider a third surgery for Xiang this week to check how her nerve and muscle tissues are healing. A fourth operation is also likely. Lu said the focus is now on preventing the wound from becoming infected. The little girl's ordeal has moved the mainland public. Local media report her mood and appetite are improving. Sometimes she giggles at cartoon programmes, and she plays simple games with the nurses.