Motorcycle accident news
24/06/2009
Coroner records motorbike crash verdict


The inquest into a motorcycle accident that proved fatal for an Ellesmere Port rider has ruled that he died as a result of the personal injury suffered in the crash of December last year.

The Warwickshire coroner heard evidence from the vehicle examiner that showed the accident to be the result of a Seat car suffering rapid power loss and deceleration due to an electronic fault. The injured party's motorbike crashed unavoidably into the rear of the Seat, throwing the rider into the carriageway, where he was subsequently hit by another vehicle.

The vehicle examiner told the coroner that the Seat driver would have had no warning of the fault, as the model of car involved in the road traffic accident had no warning light fitted.

Neither the motorcycle nor the car that struck the rider were found to have suffered faults, the motorcycle accident inquest heard.


 

 

 
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