Venus fly trap turned brown

Hi all,
I have a venus fly trap that has been doing well for over a month.
Unfortunately a board fell on the plant and I just noticed it today. It may have been under for a few days.
The plant doesn't appear to be physically damaged, but it has been deprived of sun light for some time. The stems and mouths that were not covered by it are still a nice green color, however the center of the plant and other stems that were covered have turned brown.
The stems and mouths that are still green (ultimately connecting to the center) are brown as well very close to where the plant goes in to the ground. But there is still several inches of stems that are green.
Anyway - is it possible the plant could recover? Or will the stems that are green ultimately turn brown as the base of the stems have already done?
If it is possible it will recover is there anything in particular I could do to help it?
Thanks
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Time will tell.
All you can do is grow it as before and be patient.
At this rate, you are really going to have knipshins when the plant begins to die back normally in the autumn!!!

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