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Tributes paid to 'much loved' Isle of Man cyclist

Kate Burge
Cyclist and keen athlete, Kate Burge died at the scene of the crash

Tributes have paid by people on the Isle of Man to a woman who was killed while out cycling.

Kathryn Burge, 41, died when she was in collision with a car on Main Road, in Kirk Michael, on Monday evening.

Police said a dark blue Range Rover was involved in the crash.

A spokeswoman from Noble's hospital, where Ms Burge worked as a physiotherapist, said she was "a valued and much loved member of staff", whose loss was "a shock".

She added: "We are so sad today- all of our thoughts are with Kate's family, friends and close colleagues at this difficult time".

Richie Stevenson, chairman of Manx Fell Runners, where Ms Burge was a member, said: "[She was] a very pleasant and likeable person and a talented athlete who could perform to a very high standard on fells, road and cross country.

"Manx Fell Runners would like to pass on their condolences to all Kate`s family and friends," he said.

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