A Greater Victoria restaurant chain is raising funds after an employee was struck by an SUV on Wednesday on Gorge Road. (Jessica Fedigan/News Gazette staff)

WATCH: Greater Victoria restaurant chain stepping up after employee struck by SUV

31-year-old Khushal Rana fighting for his life in Victoria hospital

Restaurant chain Sizzling Tandoor is raising funds through GoFundMe for an employee and his family after he was struck by an SUV Wednesday on Gorge Road.

The family is expecting twins in December and also have a 4-year-old daughter. As of Friday evening, $20,000 had been raised by the community.

READ MORE: Victim of Wednesday’s Gorge Road crash fighting for life

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