Attorneys for the owner of three restaurants serving authentic Szechuan food have secured a $100,000 settlement after the man was struck by a car after closing up one of his eateries.

Attorney Ryan Miller said 50-year-old Xinyu Huang had just driven from his Fairfield restaurant with his wife when he stopped at a Bridgeport convenience store in February 2017 before heading home to Farmington. Huang was hit at the intersection of North Avenue and French Street by a car driven by Tamara King soon after he got out of his vehicle, which was on the side of the road near the convenience store.

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