An Oldham County man hit by a car Oct. 20 while crossing a Lexington street has died.
Brian J, Seyer, 43, of Goshen died late Thursday at the University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital, according to his wife, Kelly Seyer.
Brian Seyer suffered severe head injuries when a car hit him as he crossed East High Street near Woodland Avenue.
Kelly Seyer said her husband was a sales representative for Kohler and was in Lexington on business when he was hit. The couple had two sons, ages 10 and 6.
"First and foremost, he was just a great, great dad and a wonderful husband," Kelly Seyer said Saturday.
Kelly Seyer said her husband was an organ donor. His kidneys and pancreas had been used, she said.
"He was that type of person. He would've wanted to help," she said.
Kelly Seyer said she hopes the fatal crash will highlight the need for drivers to watch for pedestrians and bicycle riders.
Brian Seyer was cremated. Family and friends plan to hold a memorial ceremony for him Nov. 19 in Indianapolis, where he was from, his wife said.
The driver of the 1997 Volvo that hit Seyer was Patrick M. O'Brien, 18, police said.
Seyer was in the crosswalk when he was hit. He hit the windshield of the car and then fell to the pavement, causing his head injuries.
The wreck happened at 1:27 p.m.
Police said at the time that they didn't suspect impairment or excessive speed as factors in the crash.
Kelly Seyer said police had not told her whether there would be charges in the case.
She said she sympathizes with O'Brien.