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Inquests held into Deaths of Two Manx Grand Prix Competitors

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.

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