The Dutch police have been plunged into deep mourning after a 30-year-old agent Robin died in a very serious accident on the N9 near Bergen. The accident on Monday afternoon around 14 o‘clock killed the man from Maassluis, his wife Suus (35) is seriously injured in the hospital. She works with the police, too. Friends have started a fundraiser.
The man was one of the dog guides at the Haaglanden Corps. He leaves two young daughters behind, reports Noordhollands Dagblad. His police team posted a blue burning candle on social media, saying, “We cry for our buddy Robin.” Several other police teams also show that they have been deeply touched by the drama. “It was a tragic accident and hits us deeply. Robin was a young colleague who was in the middle of life and was suddenly snatched away from his family. We hope his wife will recover.”
The Facebook page of Police dogs Noord-Holland reports that both agents were involved in the accident in their private time. “Our thoughts go out to the family, all colleagues and all the others who know them. What a nightmare, there are no words for this.”
The car collided head-on Monday afternoon with a truck that ended up on the wrong roadside due to unknown cause. The 61-year-old driver of the truck and his two passengers were checked by the ambulance. The trucker has, as the police know, been identified as a suspect and the case is under investigation. Police are looking for witnesses to the accident on the N9.
of Robin and Suus have started the crowdfunding campaign ‘In loving memory of Robin ‘to support the family, where hundreds of donations are received per hour. ‘We can always share everything together and are always there for each other. We have never had to be ready for each other in a situation like this. We are not prepared for this, no one is prepared for this”, three friends and colleagues write to Suus on the crowdfunding page. ‘Your beautiful girls sealed your love. And now all of a sudden, this future is over. We don’t have words now, we feel powerless. Meanwhile, the counter stands at almost 100,000 euros.