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Mother of injured spectator says prayers brought her comfort

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« on: May 21, 2015, 08:20:44 am »

Belfast Newsletter

The mother of a spectator who was seriously injured at the North West 200 said she took a great deal of comfort from the prayers that had been offered for her.

Violet McAfee had been a bystander when the collision occurred in Portstewart on Saturday.

She and two others – both motorbike riders – were hospitalised in the wake of the crash.

However Austrian rider Horst Saiger has since been discharged, while the conditions of Ms McAfee and Co Antrim rider Stephen Thompson were yesterday upgraded from “critical but stable” to simply “stable”.

Ms McAfee, who is reportedly aged 44 and from the Coleraine area, and her mother Kathleen said: “There’s been a lot of prayer for my daughter and the other rider and I know the power of prayer.

“It’s a great comfort. I am a Christian so I do know the power of prayer.”
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