HINCKLEY - A Minnesota man who was hospitalized after a hit-and-run collision last week has died, according to Minnesota State Patrol Records.
The incident report listing 24-year-old Trevor Langlois' condition was updated from "serious injury" to "fatal" just after 10 a.m. Sunday morning.
According to his father, Brian Langlois, Trevor died sometime yesterday.
Trevor was hit by a driver on HWY 35 while stopped on the side of the road, tending to his friends vehicle.
Authorities said the suspect hit Trevor, stopped, then fled south on the highway.
Trevor was airlifted to St. Mary's Medical Center in Duluth, where he was admitted to the ICU.
Brian told FOX 21 News that he and his wife hope the person responsible comes forward, so that everyone can get some closure.
"The person that hit our son, it was obvious they applied their brakes," Brian said in a phone interview. "We understand that. We understand that it was an accident and the person made an attempt to stop. Our plea is for this person to come forward."
Brian said he and his wife stopped at the accident site Saturday on their way home from the hospital after Trevor died.
A suspect has not been located, but authorities believe they have narrowed down the make and model of the vehicle that hit Trevor.
The vehicle is believed to be a 2010 or newer Ford F-150 XLT pick-up truck with four doors, and damage to the right front and side mirror. The color of the truck remains unknown.
Anyone with information is urged to call the Minnesota State Patrol at 218-302-6105.
Trevor was an organ donor, but according to his father, an infection he recieved while at the hospital made his organs unusable for transplant.