Drugs found by Vandenbroucke's bed?

Frank Vandenbroucke (Acqua e Sapone)

Frank Vandenbroucke (Acqua e Sapone) (Image credit: Sirotti)

One day after the tragic news about Frank Vandenbroucke's death in a hotel room in Senegal, an investigation has yet to take place on the possible reasons for the passing of the Belgian legend. Early reports indicated that the rider died of a blood clot in his lungs (pulmonary embolism), and while this could be true, French newspaper L'Equipe has this morning reported that witnesses spoke of several medications lying beside his bed.

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