Brendon Molloy Obituary, Residence of Wildrose North Dakota Has Sadly Passed Away

Brendon Molloy Obituary, Death – The victims of a fatal collision that took place approximately 20 kilometers (12 miles) to the north of Williston have been identified by the local police in the vicinity of the incident. Brendon Molloy, 20, from Wildrose, North Dakota, was pronounced dead as a result of injuries he acquired during the incident that took place on January 18 on United States Highway 2, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.

The collision took place on the northbound lanes of the highway. The occurrence took place in the town of Wildrose in North Dakota. It was reported that the crash took place in the state of North Dakota. The incident took place at roughly 6:25 in the morning as he was driving a 2014 Ford F-350 in the eastern lane of the highway, as said in a press statement. During this time, he rear-ended a Peterbilt truck that was manufactured in 2011. The Peterbilt truck slowed down to a pace that was more appropriate for the situation as it got closer to a crossroads where it needed to make a turn.

The news release stated that the warning lights on the car that was being driven by Enrique Santiesteban, 61, who was from Watford City, North Dakota, had been activated. Santiesteban was found dead in the vehicle after it crashed. The statement was put out by Santiesteban, who is the one who released the release.

Because Santiesteban and his passenger, Juan Buenrostro Macia, 42, both of Maricopa, Arizona, were fastened in their seat belts at the time of the collision, neither of them was hurt as a result of the incident. Macia is from Maricopa. The reason for this, as stated in the announcement, is that both of them were wearing their seat belts and had them fastened properly.

After it was determined that Molloy’s condition was life-threatening, he was transported to the CHI St. Alexius Hospital in Williston, where he is currently receiving treatment. Unfortunately, he was unable to recuperate from his wounds and passed away at the scene of the incident. As required by the law in the vehicle in which he was traveling at the time of his death, he was not wearing a seat belt at the time of his passing.

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