CHICAGO (CBS) — The City of Chicago has settled with a man who was run-over by a drunk city worker.

Richard Chang was one of seven people hit when a pickup truck jumped the curb last year near Cedar and Rush.

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Chang suffered brain damage, and had to learn to walk and talk again.

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The city has agreed to pay him $6.25 million.

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The driver, Dwight Washington, later pleaded guilty to drunk driving charges and was sentenced to nine years in prison.