SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A Sacramento State student who was badly hurt in a sideshow hit and run two months ago has been released from the hospital.
Austin Dubinetskiy suffered a severe brain injury and internal bleeding when he was run over at a sideshow in Natomas back in September. Police are investigating witness accounts that he was pushed into the path of an out-of-control car.
Two months after the crash, Dubinetskiy finally got to leave the hospital Tuesday to continue his recovery at home. His mom talked about his recovery on Instagram and posted pictures and video of the ride home.
Sacramento police say their investigation into this incident is ongoing and no arrests have been made yet.
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Welcome home Austin! #austinstrong thank you @shawnnafletch and @ikiacalhoun for making this beautiful welcome home banner! Love you guys! I was surprised! We came to the Icu floor to say thank you to the nurses, we missed a lot of them, they were so happy to see Austin because they don’t see this often, and the perfect ending on the journey home , waymaker, miracle worker, promise keeper, light in the darkness, my God that is who you are!
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