Here is a short paragraph posted elsewhere on the forum by Plava Bestie:
Marie Navarová, who helped to Heydrich on 27th May 1942 to moved him to hospital Bulovka. She obtained 10 000 protectorate korunas, but she gived all of the money to German red cross. In 1948 she was sentenced to many years of prison. After her release she worked as workwoman in Benešov.
In addition to this, I can only add what I know happened after the explosion. Heydrich collapsed at the side of the road next to the Mercedes and a crowd gathered around him. No-one offered to help until Ms Navarová recognised him and took charge. An off-duty Czech policeman arrived on the scene and flagged down a van to take Heydrich to the Bulkova Hospital. Ms Navarová then helped Heydrich into the back of the van.
It seems terribly harsh that she received a stiff prison term from the post-war Czech courts for her actions. Especially as he donated all her reward money to the Red Cross.