Friday was held the memorial in Fauske church for the two who died in trafikkulykken on the E6 in Saltdal Thursday morning.
It was Alexander Sollihaug and Elias Dypaune who lost their lives. Both of the two 18-year-olds were students at Saltdal upper secondary school and would be russ in the spring.
the Accident happened when the two were on their way to school Thursday morning and collided with a goods inside the 1.148 metres long tunnel.- do Not stop in the tunnel
Norwegian public roads administration have gone out with a warning after the accident, reports the Newspaper Nordland.
- We have a great understanding for the bereaved and grieving have a need to meet in their grief and that they want to highlight their loss at the accident site, but we do not want more people to stop on their own initiative in the tunnel, for safety reasons, says the director, Kjetil Skjerve at the Norwegian public roads administration.
He recalls that it is associated with a high risk to stay inside a tunnel.Investigation in progress
Monday, students and staff from Saltdal upper secondary school have the opportunity to visit the scene of the accident inside the Saksenviktunnelen. The police will stop the traffic so that they get the opportunity to lay down flowers and light candles, write Saltenposten.
Police in Nordland tells Friday that they are started with the investigation of the fatal accident. According to the police suggests preliminary studies that it was the car that came over into the oncoming lane before frontkollisjonen. The police know, however, is not the reason for the car to replace the fields inside the tunnel.
Traces at the site indicates that vogntogsjåføren tried to make an evasive action, informs the Nordland police.Cancels performances and sporting event in the sorrow