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Two months after the death Ennio (25): family draws every week three times to the place of accident to foutparkerende truckers lesson games
Kruibeke Three to four days per week to attract the family and friends of Ennio Van Bogaert to the snelwegparking along the E17 in Kruibeke to foutparkerende truckers to point to the danger that they cause. The 25-year-old man came to life when he is in the darkness at the back of some truck stops. The case is now closed, but the family of Ennio does not want his death in vain.

Ennio Van Bogaert died in an accident on Thursday 17 January when he is up against an error of the parked truck crashed on the snelwegparking in Kruibeke. The young man wanted to stop to have a coffee to buy and was surprised by a wall of trucks that are incorrect along two sides of the exit were parked. Since the dramatic accident attract family and friends for three to four days per week to the place of the accident to foutparkerende truck drivers go. “Some react with understanding and move themselves, but other turning just their head,” says father Résa. “If the situation is really unsafe, we will call the police and we wait to they arrive and take action. It is really hallucinatory how often this happens. We knew that a great problem was with the capacity of the snelwegparking, but not that it was that bad.”

This place is important for us, because it is the place where he is the last moment of his life has spent. Now We are going to be drinking coffee at Starbucks

Chiele Van Bogaert, sister of Ennio
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Chiele, the sister of Ennio, pull weekly round. “This place is important for us, because it is the place where he last moments of his life has spent. Now We are going to be drinking coffee at Starbucks. Here, we feel very close to Ennio. We also want the lessons to be drawn from his death.”

Evidence

Therefore, collects the family as much evidence as possible of the dangerous situation on the snelwegparking. “We have now a whole series of photographs and films of the identical situations as on that fatal Thursday night two months ago,” continues Résa. “On the images you will see how you as a driver is surprised by parked trucks on both sides of the road on the exit. As with Ennio, there is often only a small passage more. It amazes us that there are not more deaths.”

The family is therefore also shocked that the public prosecutor's office the proceedings. “We have, on February 28, about this got a letter. The concerned truck driver will not be prosecuted,” says grandmother Myriam Van den Bossche. “We don't know what the arguments for this are. Our lawyer has still to find out.”

Underground parking

The family Van Bogaert stresses that she is not getting on the truckers themselves. “The problem is the lack of parking capacity,” explains Résa. “At Esso's involvement will be great. We have heard that there are plans to be made for an underground car park. Can extend only that way because the agricultural area around it should not be affected. It is a commendable initiative, but actually we find that especially the government here fails.”

We have heard that there are plans to be made for an underground car park. It is a commendable initiative, but actually we find that especially the government here fails

Résa Van Bogaert, father of Ennio

The next of kin of Ennio have therefore in the meantime also to the minister for Mobility Ben Weyts (N-VA). The minister expressed his sympathy and understands the desire for more parking capacity. “Since the shift of the transport sector to Eastern Europe have several dienstenzones in Flanders is faced with a huge suburban parking ratios”, he acknowledges. “These truck drivers are regularly for long time from home and normally collect on the rest areas along the highways to their legal rest periods. In addition, this pressure is reinforced by the ban on freight traffic during the weekends in some neighbouring countries.”

Intelligent metering systems

According to Weyts, it is intended to be more parking to create in Waasmunster, belgium, about 13 kilometres away. There is also a study of intelligent metering systems that the occupancy rate of car parks to register trucks guide to car parks that are still free places. A pilot project for this runs between Liming and the French border.

The yellow plooibakens on the on - ramps of snelwegparkings wants Weyts maintain. The family asked for an alternative as the posts just flipped to be driven by foutparkerende truckers. “This plooibakens follow the principle of forgiving roads,” explains Weyts. “Although this is the ability to hardleerse truck drivers offers to the poles down to drive, in a collision of a plooibaken the risk of severe damage will also be reduced.”

The family Van Bogaert has mixed feelings when the answer of the minister. “It is positive that there are all sorts of initiatives, but about Kruibeke, where in the meantime already two fatalities (The 31-year-old Irishman Liam O'dea reed six years ago in exactly the same spot to be dashed to pieces against a truck that is improperly parked in the driveway of the parking lot of the gas station, red.) are cases, with no mention of. So We are going to continue to be there in this place action is taken.”

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