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Man hit by car in downtown Toledo Friday night paralyzed and undergoing surgery, family says

The victim was hit nearby the TARTA hub on North Huron Street. His family said he was responsive by still on life support Monday

TOLEDO, Ohio — A man was hit nearby the downtown Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority hub on North Huron Street Friday night, according to the Toledo Police Department.

According to the family of the victim, the man woke up from a coma and is responsive, but was still on life support as of Monday. He'll need surgery before doctors have a better idea of how he will heal.

The family said the driver hit the man while he was on a night walk with his daughter and a couple of other friends. They also said the driver stayed at the scene.

North Huron Street was reopened Friday night following a closure due to the incident.

This is a developing story. Stay with WTOL 11 for the latest updates.

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