SOUTH EUCLID COMMUNITY URBAN REDEVELOPMENT CORPORATION wrote -
On Saturday, July 18th, Brady Tucker was participating in the VeloSano Bike to Cure in efforts to raise money for cancer research at the Cleveland Clinic. Mid-race, he was hit by a car that immediately fled the scene. Found unconscious on the side of the road next to his destroyed bike, Brady was life-flighted to MetroHealth Hospital where he was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit to treat his critical injuries. He has endured serious trauma to his body, but thankfully it looks like he will be making a full recovery. He is currently a medical student at Case Western Reserve University and resides in South Euclid where he and his wife are expecting their first baby in August. Brady is an active part of his community -- he is currently organizing and raising money to build the city's first pump track open to the public and is a Boy Scout Leader. It will be a long road to recovery, and the Tuckers appreciate the outpouring of love and support they have received since the accident. As a medical student who is just beginning his own family, the Tucker's would appreciate any and all donations to help with the immense medical bills and to help buy a new bike since that is his main form of transportation to and from school. Brady has always been someone that has helped and served his family, friends and the community in any way he can, and this is our opportunity to finally help him. Please consider donating.