According to the Namur prosecutor’s office, no third party was involved in this accident.
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The low speed at which the motorcyclist was traveling astonished the expert, who hypothesized that the motorcyclist was unwell.
Sunday around 8:15 p.m., in Stave, a motorcyclist traveling rue Hubert Pennet, in the direction of Corenne, lost control of his machine and fell heavily to the ground.
The firefighters of the Val de Sambre zone, led by Lieutenant Stéphane Willems, went to the scene with a beacon vehicle and an ambulance, as did the SMUR of Mont-Godinne.
Unfortunately, rescuers were unable to bring the biker, born in 1968, back to life.
Police officers from the Entre-Sambre and Meuse area took charge of the findings. The road was closed to traffic during the intervention.
Alerted to the facts, the Namur public prosecutor’s office delegated an expert to the scene of the tragedy in order to elucidate the exact circumstances of the accident. Astonished by the low speed at which the motorcyclist was traveling, the expert hypothesized that he was unwell. A forensic doctor has been appointed to confirm or refute this thesis. “From our information, there would be no intervention by a third party”, indicated Monday morning the Namur prosecutor’s office.