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Inquest To Begin Into The Death Of A Man Killed In Mongolia Motorcycle Crash

Family Seeking Answers After Motorcycle Accident Abroad


An inquest to investigate the death of a father-of-three who died after a motorcycle accident in Mongolia is scheduled to begin in Birmingham on Wednesday 22nd October at 10am.

Andrew Grennan, from Aldridge in Walsall had travelled to Atlay in Mongolia in June 2014 on a motorcycle tour when he came off his bike while riding. He is understood to have suffered a ruptured spleen and other internal injuries. He died later.

The trip was organised by Nick Sanders Expeditions – Mr Sanders is a record-breaking motorcyclist and author who has travelled the world on his bike.

The hearing at Birmingham Coroner’s Court will be attended by Andrew’s family, including wife Claire and mum Ann, from Aldridge in Walsall, who will be represented by specialist international personal injury lawyers from Irwin Mitchell.
Expert Opinion
This has been an incredibly difficult time for the family. They have understandably been devastated by their loss.

“They hope that the inquest will provide them answers to the many questions they have about the events leading to Andrew’s death.”
Lesley Edwards, Senior Associate

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