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If they come forward, I’ll forgive them – wife of injured Cape Town cyclist

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Alroy Davey (Supplied)
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Cape Town - The wife of a cyclist who was seriously injured in a hit-and-run has said she will forgive the perpetrator if he or she comes forward and apologises.

Alroy Davey, 53, a member of the Kinetic Cycling Club, was seriously injured after an unknown vehicle rammed into him on Klipheuwel Road near Durbanville over the weekend.

His wife Linda told News24 on Thursday that she only wants an apology from the perpetrator.

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