Manchester news Police still investigating motorbike crash in which man, 43, died Manchester united news
PremierLeague-News.Com - An inquest into the death of Kevin Matley, 43, has now been opened
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Police are continuing to investigate a horror crash in Trafford following which a man died, an inquest hearing has been told. Kevin Matley, 43, died after a collision between a motorbike and a private hire taxi in Sale on Friday, October 28. Mr Matley was rushed to the Manchester Royal Infirmary (MRI) but sadly died of his injuries. An inquest into his death was today (Thursday, November 24) opened at South Manchester Coroner's Court in Stockport. Senior Coroner Alison Mutch said a post-mortem had concluded Mr Matley, of Old Trafford, died of 'multiple injuries.
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.' It was reported by the Manchester Evening News at the time of the incident that Mr Matley was riding a green Kawasaki bike which was involved in a collision with a silver Mercedes on Wythenshawe Road in Sale at around 6:45pm. d.
Police at the scene on Wythenshawe Road in Sale An investigation by Greater Manchester Police's Serious Collision Investigation Unit was ongoing Ms Mutch said. She formally opened the inquest but said it was 'sensible' to adjourn the case with a pre-inquest review hearing scheduled for next March next year when she said she would seek to 'understand where GMP are up to with their investigation.' Sign up to our Trafford newsletter to get the latest updates to your inbox Read more of today's headlines here READ NEXT: "There is a massive hole in our lives": Family's heartbreak after 'precious' little girl, 3, dies in horror crash on M6 Greater Manchester Police took EIGHT hours to respond to 999 call about 'suicidal woman' who was later found dead Manchester United hooligans fight their OWN fans in moments ahead of Old Trafford chaos Inside Manchester's abandoned iconic building that's been left derelict for years Local coffee shop's fury as Costa opens third chain in neighbourhood
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