The 'miracle' toddler pulled alive from the Wenzhou bullet train crash 15 hours after the search for survivors was called off may soon be transferred to a leading Shanghai hospital to save her badly-injured leg. Two-and-a-half-year-old orphan Xiang Weiyi- better known by the nickname 'Yiyi'- has been in intensive care in a Wenzhou hospital. She suffered extensive internal injuries and a severely crushed left leg, which has since turned gangrenous. Yiyi's uncle Xiang Yuyu posted on his microblog on Thursday that the move to Shanghai was being arranged by health officials. 'The procedures for hospital transfer are currently being taken care of, please have faith everyone,' he wrote. '[We] want to thank the Ministry of Health and the Wenzhou Health Bureau for co-ordinating this.' In an open letter released earlier this week he said the family hoped to move Yiyi to Huashan Hospital, one of the most famous in Shanghai. Yiyi has had at least five operations to remove dead and rotting muscle from her injured leg, but there are still doubts about whether she will regain full use of the limb. A spokesman for Wenzhou Medical School-Affiliated Yuying Children's Hospital, where Yiyi is being treated, said he was aware of the plans to move her to Shanghai, but no final decision had been made. At least 40 people died in the July 23 high-speed train crash, including both Yiyi's parents.