A Green Bay man is facing charges after he struck a pedestrian, seriously injuring him in Green Bay earlier this week. According to court records, 20 year old Anthony Cazzola was driving with a suspended license when he ran his vehicle into an 81 year old man who was crossing Nelson Street on Tuesday night. Cazzola told police that the brake lines on his car broke when he tried to stop, making it impossible to miss the man, causing life threatening injuries. Cazzola was charged with a felony for causing great bodily harm while operating with a suspended license.