A 65-year-old man who pushed his granddaughter to safety just before he was hit by a truck on Main Street, Nov. 28, has been transferred to Craig …
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A 65-year-old man who pushed his granddaughter to safety just
before he was hit by a truck on Main Street, Nov. 28, has been
transferred to Craig Hospital, a world-renowned rehabilitation
center to begin intensive rehabilitation.
Jim Lewin, of Durango, was hit in Littleton after attending the
annual candlelight walk downtown with family members.
Lewin was pushing his 3-month-old granddaughter in a stroller at
a crosswalk when he was struck by a motorist, who was charged with
careless driving causing injury.
Lewin suffered severe head injuries.
He was transferred Dec. 29 from Swedish Medical Center in
Englewood to Craig Hospital.
Readers can follow Lewin’s recovery on the Internet at caringbridge.org/visit/jimlewin;
the family is accepting cards and letters at Jim Lewin, Craig
Hospital, 3425 S. Clarkson St., Englewood, CO 80113.
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