The circumstances surrounding the death of Marianne Brodeur, occurred Beauce Sunday during a motocross competition, remain a mystery according to the owner of the site where the event was held.
Relatives of the victim were keen to visit the exact site of the accident, to understand what could happen.
If the assumption that the young victim could hit a tree was put forward, Mr. Gagnon for its part that it is impossible, since there is none in the portion of the track where Marianne was found.
“There are no obstacles, nothing, he says. It is hardly understandable, as all other ends are rough, laments Mr. Gagnon. It was she who was going to win, it’s not because she could not ride. ”
She lay in a ditch parallel to the trajectory, according to the owner. “It’s as if she had lost consciousness on his bicycle,” he argues.
There were no witnesses to the accident, said the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) on Monday.
The event is held for two years, on the Ranch Gagnon site. The tracks are always inspected by the Quebec Federation of trail riders (FMSQ) before competitions, ensures the owner. And despite the measures taken, it will host more such events.
Marianne Brodeur tragically lost his life in full final Sunday in Beauce.
“There will be more. It is not pleasant. It is not nobody’s fault, but I do not expose myself to all these risks just for fun. It’s a favor I did them more than anything else, “he says.
An investigation is underway into the circumstances of the tragic event. “Loss of control could be the cause of the accident,” said Sergeant Audrey-Anne Bilodeau, SQ.
The FMSQ issued a statement yesterday to offer his condolences to the victim da. The agency could not answer questions from the Journal Monday.