UPDATE: Nick Russo, 21, of Hopkinton Found in Roadway at Eleanor & Elda
It is unknown if the Ruby Tuesday employee found at the intersection of Eleanor and Elda roads was struck by a vehicle or assaulted and dumped in the neighborhood near Walsh Middle and Dunning elementary schools.
UPDATED: 10:30 p.m. Hopkinton Man has been identified as Nick Russo, 21. He is at Boston Medical Center in serious condition, with life threatening injuries. Police have not confirmed his identity, but did confirm he worked at Ruby Tuesday.
UPDATED 6:22 p.m. Framingham Police said the man, 21, injured was employed at Ruby Tuesday.
UPDATED 5:05 p.m. Residents in the neighborhood reported seeing a strange car in the neighborhood and a few minutes later a body in the roadway. They told Framingham Police what they witnessed.
Christina Julakis said her husband left the house at 2:10 p.m. and saw nothing and when he came back 20 minutes later he couldn't get down the road.
"My neighbor saw two guys sitting in a car in front of his house. Then a few minutes later he saw someone lying in the road. They think he might have been dumped," added Julakis.
One resident texted Framingham Patch to say a woman detective told him the body may have been dumped.
Another resident texted Patch to say several neighbors did not know the man injured and that a resident treated the man found face down in the roadway, until EMTs arrived.
UPDATED 3:55 p.m. Residents in the Elda and Eleanor neighborhood said police told them the man was from Hopkinton.
UPDATED 3 p.m. Framingham has requested a helicopter for a man, 21, found at the intersection of Elda and Eleanor roads, said Framingham Police Lt. Ron Brandolini.
This is off Edgell Road. The initial report was about 2:30 p.m.
Helicopter will land at the Massachusetts State Police headquarters on Route 9 around 3 p.m. Helicopter will be headed to Boston Medical Center.
Man suffered a laceration to his head and was unconscious, said Brandolini.
There was scanner chatter of police searching for a tan sedan.
Brandolini said the incident is under investigation.
Framingham Patch will update when we learn more.