Exmouth biker who died in accident has been named as Stephen Ford

PUBLISHED: 14:57 21 October 2008 | UPDATED: 09:51 10 June 2010

Captain Stephen Ford

Captain Stephen Ford

An Exmouth motorcyclist and Devon Air Ambulance pilot who died after being catapulted through the window of a garage has been named as 52-year-old Stephen Ford.

AN Exmouth motorcyclist and Devon Air Ambulance pilot who died after being thrown onto the roof of a house has been named as 52-year-old Stephen Ford.

Mr Ford, of Bradham Lane, died after his black Triumph Tiger left the road on the B3193 at Doddiscombleigh near Dunsford on Saturday, October 18.

The Exmouth man was pronounced dead after he was catapulted through the window above the garage and ended up in one of the bedrooms.

Three fire appliances from Exeter were mobilised and scaffolding boards and acro props were requested from the incident to make the building safe and prop up the outside wall.

Police are appealing to any witnesses to this incident.

Call 08452777444 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 quoting the log number 471 of 18/10/08.

The Journal will be running a tribute in its paper out on Thursday.


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