An update on Sasha Blair-Goldensohn, the father of two who was struck by a rotting 100-pound tree branch in Central Park in July. According to Daily News sources, he was moved from a Manhattan Hospital to the Helen Hayes Hospital in West Haverstraw, NY earlier this month.

Blair-Goldensohn had been walking near West Drive and West 63th Street on July 29 when the pin oak tree's branch fell on his head. He went into cardiac arrest and also had "a gash in his skull, [damage to] his upper vertebrae and... a partial lung collapse."

The 33-year-old Google engineer was in critical condition when he was moved to Helen Hayes, but now the News' source says, "He's getting better, but he's going to be there for a long time."