JACKSON — Madison Alderman-At-Large Warren Strain has awakened from a three-week coma but remains largely unresponsive, according to his wife Sandra.

In a Facebook post on Tuesday, Sandra Strain said her husband, who has remained in a coma since a week before Christmas, is awake and somewhat responsive.

“He is still minimally responsive,” she wrote. “However his eyes are open and he focuses to some extent on sound.”

Strain added that her husband’s condition is indicative of the long road to recovery he faces.

“We are still not out of the woods by any means,” she said. “He still has multiple health issues now, including the placement of a tracheostomy and a feeding tube.

“…However, seeing his eyes open reminds us of God’s mercy and that everyone’s prayer ARE being heard. Now is the time to pray more as we may continue to document what progress is being made.”

She ended her update by thanking well-wishers for their love, support and continued prayers.

Strain suffered multiple strokes on the morning of Dec. 23 that resulted in bleeding in his brain. He remains in the Intensive Care Unit at St. Dominic’s Hospital in Jackson.

Family friend Nadia Maxwell started a GoFundMe account to support the family. As of Wednesday, that campaign had raised $6,125 of its stated goal of $100,000.