Road Rage Victim's Condition Improves

"Find a place in his heart to realize that my brother has a family and everyone loves him," Jennifer Jafari said March 8 in a plea to the suspect in a hit-and-run that left her brother (pictured) badly injured.
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A man who was run over during an alleged road rage incident is still in the hospital, but his condition has improved.

Police said the suspect, Nathaniel Lee Mancha, 25, deliberately hit the victim on March 1st after the two drivers pulled over on North Academy Drive and the victim got out of his vehicle.

The victim was taken to the hospital in critical condition. Sunday, KKTV 11 News learned that his condition has improved to stable.

Mancha is charged with attempted murder in that case.

Police said during the investigation, they learned of a second, similar incident in which Mancha is also a suspect. Police said that case happened in August 2013 on the 1900 block of W. Uintah St. in Colorado Springs. The victim was reportedly not injured in that incident. Mancha is charged with Felony Menacing.