Both Riders Died Due to Multiple Injuries As Result of Blunt Force Trauma
The inquest into the deaths of the two Manx Grand Prix competitors killed last Wednesday during a race was held this morning at the courts.
The coroner of inquests first addressed the death of 39 year old competitor Chris John Bradshaw, a Police Officer from Tamworth.
Chris was involved in a collision at Alpine Cottage.
He had sustained multiple injuries as a result of blunt force trauma; he was announced dead upon arrival at Nobles.
James John Adam from Scotland was also involved in a collision at Alpine Cottage.
Again he sustained multiple injuries as a result of blunt force trauma, and was announced dead at the scene.
The 28 year old was a serving officer in the Royal Navy and had served 2 tours of both Iraq and Afghanistan.