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OGDEN -- A former Weber State University football player will pay almost $100,000 to people injured when he hit them with his car during a fight in 2006.
Bryant Eteuati has already served time in jail for the hit. Thursday a court ordered him to begin paying at least $200 a month in restitution, with the full amount set at $98,000.
Prosecutors said Eteuati was part of a group of people watching a fight on July 1 when he was attacked. They say he swerved his car into a group of people while leaving, causing injury.
Lawyers for Eteuati say he did not mean to hurt anyone when he hit them, he was just trying to leave the scene of the fight.