OGDEN, Utah (BRAIN) — Volagi Cycles co-founder Robert Choi remains hospitalized here following a collision with a car a week ago. Choi faces a long recovery as supporters rally to help him, his family and the company that has been his passion for at least the last six years.
Choi, who is about 55, suffered a head injury after being rear-ended in a roundabout near the Volagi headquarters in Ogden the evening of Sept. 27. After refusing medical treatment at the scene, he returned to his office, where he was found unconscious a few hours later. After emergency surgery, he was in a coma for several days.
As of Tuesday afternoon, Choi’s condition was slightly improved, Barley Forsman, another co-founder of Volagi, told BRAIN.
Forsman said that after a very difficult week, he is now more optimistic about Choi’s future health.
“There’s been a lot of back and forth and ups and downs,” Forsman said. “We all want some kind of definitive answer about his future and whether he’s ever going to be himself again. At this point I think him returning to 100 percent would fall into the miracle category. But Robert is very tough, and if anyone could defy a …read more