A HAMILTON cyclist has been discharged from hospital and is seeking rehabilitation after he was struck down by an elderly driver in December last year.
Ken Dacomb, 63, was airlifted to Melbourne’s The Alfred Hospital, on December 7, where he was treated for head and leg injuries.
The well-known cyclist received a number of visitors over the Christmas and New Year period and was discharged from hospital last week.
“He’s actually coming along quite well,” friend and Hamilton Cycling Club president, Paul Bast said.
“There is still a fair bit of damage to his ankle and hip but he’s keen on getting into some rehabilitation.
Full story in the Spectator on Thursday, January 9, 2014