MINNEAPOLIS (KTTC) -- A University of Minnesota student has been arrested in a June hit-and-run involving a Rochester man.
Tyler Adam Braunschweig, 19, is charged with criminal vehicular operation. He is being held in the Hennepin County Jail.
Police say Matthew Call of Rochester was about to enter his parked car in Minneapolis in June when a passing SUV struck him.
Call suffered two broken legs, a fractured pelvis and broken vertebrae, according to the Hennepin County Medical Center.
Police received tips that the person driving the SUV was later identified as Braunschweig.
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