His lip was split, and every time he drew a breath, even the most shallow one, the pain in his ribs tore through his body. Even to the emergency room physicians at Bridgeport Hospital, who have seen violent beatings, Day's attack was bad.
Things were touch and go for a while, with Day slipping in and out of consciousness.
Police wanted a description of his attackers. Day was no help. He couldn't be. He's almost completely blind. All he has left is some hazy peripheral vision. And truth be told, he says, he "never saw" his attackers coming.
The only thing he knows is that he regained consciousness on the pavement in excruciating pain. The groceries that seemed so important to buy late that February night were gone. And so was his wallet, and all of his identification.
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