WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- A Winston-Salem homeless man who was brutally beaten by a group of teenagers is doing better, a family member told WFMY News 2.
Bill Bloxham's sister in law says he's walking and building strength.
He can walk without his walker and has been released from speech therapy - but he's still in physical and occupational therapy.
Bloxham will always have a brain injury - and if hit in the head again - it could cause severe brain damage.
Police say a group of teenagers beat him while he was sleeping under a bridge in January.
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