MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The victim of a hit-and-run says he’s not angry with the man who nearly killed him.
Police say a drunken driver hit Luis Cruz-Guzman as he crossed the street in Minneapolis on Sept. 1.
The driver didn’t stop.
An off-duty police officer saw the crash and caught up with Kaleb Conway shortly after the crash.
Conway is charged with criminal vehicular operation and driving while impaired.
Cruz-Guzman remains at HCMC, three weeks after the crash.
For him, the simplest movements now bring great joy.
A shift of the leg or a twitch of the hand are all signs of how far he’s come over the last three weeks.
“He was close to dying and over two weeks later he recovering,” said Geronimo Guzman Cruz, a cousin of Cruz-Guzman. “It was amazing. It was just amazing.”
No one knew if Cruz-Guzman would survive the head injury that sent him into a…
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