The 12-year-old daughter of Florida Sen. Marco Rubio was airlifted to Miami Children's Hospital after a golf cart accident Saturday.

A Rubio spokesman said Amanda Rubio, the senator's oldest daughter, is in stable condition after a head injury.

According a statement released by the senator's office, Amanda was a passenger on a golf cart involved in a collision in a private gated community while she was visiting with classmates.

The 12-year-old was airlifted to the hospital, where she was admitted to the pediatric intensive care unit.

Miami-Dade Commissioner Rebeca Sosa spoke about the girl's condition at Miami Children's Hospital just before 9 p.m. Saturday.

Sosa said Rubio was praying for his daughter at her bedside.

"He was there next to his daughter, which is the most important part," said Sosa. 

rubio_family_facebook1 Sosa said Amanda (pictured, right, with her parents) told her father, "I love you, daddy."

The Republican senator was notified of the accident while coming off stage after a rally with GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney Saturday afternoon.

The senator campaigned with Romney at two Florida rallies, including one event in Kissimmee, on Saturday and was scheduled to attend a third before being picked up by a state police cruiser along Romney's motorcade route.

Rubio has received an outpouring of support after the accident, including a personal message from Romney and calls from both President Obama and Vice President Biden, Rubio's spokesman said.