DENVER (CBS4)– Injured Denver Officer John Adsit has been moved to a rehabilitation facility.

Adsit, a DPD bicycle officer, was critically hurt while monitoring a student protest in December. He was run over by a car and suffered a severed artery, broken bones and had to have his spleen removed.

Adsit’s family said on Friday he still has a long and challenging road ahead.

The black Mercedes driven by Christopher Booker that struck four Denver Police officers (credit: CBS)

The black Mercedes that struck four Denver Police officers (credit: CBS)

They also thanked everyone for the continued support.

Three other patrol officers were hurt in the incident but none were critically hurt. An investigation into the incident remains open and so far the driver of the vehicle that struck Adsit has not been charged with anything.

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The following is the complete statement released by Adsit’s family on Friday:

The family of Officer John Adsit is so excited to share the good news (although John has suffered a number of setbacks in recent weeks), John was moved to an acute rehabilitation facility Wednesday, February 11, 2015. He continues to be a MIRACLE and is getting stronger every day.

We appreciate all your continued prayers as his road ahead is going to be long and challenging, but he is determined to try to get strong enough to go home as soon as he possibly can. We continue to trust God for a complete healing!

Thank you for your support for Officer John Adsit and the family!

The Rise and Run 5K fundraising run to support Adsit’s recovery is May 2. The run begins at Foundry Church. Registration is open.