MLSE Auctioning Off Raptors Tickets For The Son Of An Employee That Was Hit By A Motorcycle On Sunday

MLSE, the company that owns the Toronto Raptors is auctioning off a pair of tickets to Game 1 of the NBA Finals to in support of the son of one of their employees who is fighting for his life after he was hit by a motorcycle.

Four-year-old Radiul Chowdhury was walking Sunday with one of this parents in the east end when he ended up on the roadway and was struck by a motorcycle that fled the scene. A 31-year-old man, whose name has not been released by police, is facing charges of leaving an accident scene causing bodily harm, driving with an improper licence and operating a vehicle without insurance.

Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment says employee Ruhul Chowdhury’s son remains in critical condition at The Hospital for Sick Children. The online auction started last night and closes tomorrow at noon.

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Contains files from The Canadian Press

Photo Credit: Toronto Raptors / MLSE

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