CPS to decide whether to take further action into biker’s death

Jack Rogers who died in a motorcycle accident. Picture: Norfolk Constabulary

Jack Rogers who died in a motorcycle accident. Picture: Norfolk Constabulary - Credit: Norfolk Constabulary

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) is going to decide whether to take further action into the death of a 25-year-old motorcyclist.

Jack Rogers died on July 6, 2017 following a two-vehicle collision on the A146 at Chedgrave, near Loddon, close to the junction with Norwich Road.

He was riding a Suzuki GSX-R motorbike, which was travelling along the A146 towards Lowestoft when it was in a collision with a blue Vauxhall Vectra.

Mr Rogers, known as 'Jacko', died at the scene.

At the time of his death, the digger driver was living at New Inn Hill in Rockland St Mary.


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During a pre-inquest review yesterday the senior coroner for Norfolk, Jacqueline Lake adjourned a further pre-inquest review for July 30 and said that police investigations were complete and handed over to the CPS.

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