“‘I never in a million years thought I would hurt somebody with that and never thought that this would come of it,’ Puryear told the group.
Bloodworth accepted the apology on behalf of all of the cyclists. He pointed out every cyclist or jogger endures abuse on the side of the road.”
?He is forgiven, and given the chance to put this behind him, but he does have to do his part in accepting justice for his actions. And, to his credit, he seems extremely contrite, sorry and humbled,? said Martha Emmons, co-owner of BikeWorld.
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