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Inquest opens into teenager’s death

Brad Campbell

Brad Campbell

An inquest has opened into the death of a teenager who died in a ‘high speed’ traffic collision on Foxdale Road.

Brad Campbell, aged 17, of Groudle Road, Onchan, was a back seat passenger in a car that crashed into a house near the junction with Archallagan plantation early on Sunday, August 24.

In his report, paramedic Peter Smith said the apprentice plumber was a passenger in a car involved in a ‘high speed road traffic accident’.

A post-mortem examination by Dr Ervine Long found the cause of death was multiple injuries.

This afternoon’s (Monday’s) inquest was adjourned while inquiries continue into his death.

• An inquest also opened into the death of Timothy Moorhead, aged 51, of Whitstable, Kent, who died following an accident during a Manx Grand Prix practice session.

It happened at the 29th milestone (Casey’s) on August 22. Dr Long said the cause of death was multiple injuries.

The inquest was adjourned while inquiries continue.

Click here to read the tribute from Brad Campbell’s former school

Click here to read how we broke the news about Tim Moorhead’s death

 
 
 

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