A seventh person died as a result of last week's crash of a Greyhound bus.
Khansa Abdus-Rabbani, 44, of Atlanta died from "massive injuries to her chest and abdomen," according to John Howser, spokesman for the Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville.
The bus crashed along Interstate 24 near Manchester when a passenger slit the driver's throat with a box cutter.
Six people, including the attacker, were killed in the crash. The other 35 aboard were injured and treated at hospitals.
Only one person remains hospitalized.