Family of 24-year-old Trevor Langlois has confirmed to FOX 9 News that the Army veteran has passed away after his condition worsened following a hit-and-run incident on I-35 near Hinckley, Minn. last week.
Loved ones said last week the father and husband's health was deteriorating quickly due to the injuries he sustained in the Monday night crash, and they hope the driver will either come forward or be found soon.
His father told FOX 9 News Langlois was removed from life support Saturday night after developing an intense infection. The head trauma he suffered caused severe brain damage.
The Langlois family was disappointed the infection precluded Trevor from donating his organs.
On Tuesday, the Minnesota State Patrol released updated information on the suspect vehicle, describing it as a model 2010 or newer Ford F-150 with a XLT trim package or higher, based on the debris found at the scene.
The suspect's vehicle is believed to be dark colored and would have significant damage to the right side of the front bumper, hood and quarter panel. The passenger-side mirror should be partially missing and the vehicle may also have white paint on the impact area. The right headlight may also be cracked.
Anyone with information is asked to call Minnesota State Patrol in Duluth at 218-302-6127.