UPDATE, Wednesday, 4 p.m. — Mass General Hospital reports that the 31-year-old Arlington Road resident is listed in "serious" condition this afternoon after he was struck by a car Tuesday night.
Wednesday, 10:30 a.m. — A 31-year-old man remains in the hospital this morning after a pedestrian accident last night.
The Arlington Road resident was crossing the street at Washington and Erie streets, near Leland Park, when he was struck by a car, reported Woburn Police.
The man was walking with his son, who was not injured, said police. According to witnesses, the man was leaving a Pop Warner event when the crash occurred.
According to police, an 88-year-old driver struck the man in the crosswalk just before 8 p.m. Tuesday night. The 31-year-old man reportedly sustained "life-threatening injuries" and was transported to Mass General Hospital, said police.
An MGH spokeswoman said Wednesday that the man was not under their care Wednesday and had no further information.
A friend of the man told Woburn Patch that he is still undergoing treatment, but was not sure where he was being treated.
Police are still investigating the crash. The car driven by the 88-year-old Winchester man is at the Woburn Police Station for further investigation, said police.