Sam Clews Motorcycle Accident – The name of a motorcyclist who passed away after being engaged in a collision while competing at a track in Norfolk has been disclosed. During the course of the race, the accident that ultimately resulted in the biker’s passing occurred. Sam Clews, who was from Staffordshire and had been attending meetings of the Classic Racing Motorcycle Club in Staffordshire, went away unexpectedly on July 2, 2018, while at one of those meetings.
During the beginning of the Lansdowne Classic Series race that was taking place at Snetterton at the time, the event took place. A good number of bicycles were involved in the collision, and as a direct consequence of the tragedy, several of them suffered serious injuries. Terry Griffiths, a long-time friend of the 32-year-old, helped investigators from the Norfolk police department identify the body that was found at the racing track on Harling Road, which is off the A11. One of the injured cyclists was sent to the hospital in addition to the other injured riders who were already there.
Mr Clews’ step mother confirmed that Sam David Clews was born on November 4, 1990, in Stoke-on-Trent. He was the sole proprietor of his own company, which he ran out of his residence on Sneyd Avenue in the town of Newcastle-under-Lyme in Staffordshire, England. An investigation into his passing was launched on July 11 at the Norfolk Coroner’s Court, which is located within County Hall in Norwich.
Yvonne Blake, the local coroner for Norfolk, was the one in charge of the investigation. She made note of the fact that the deceased person had “multiple trauma” recorded as the official medical cause of death on the death certificate.