High School Quarterback Nick Miner Deɑd at 18 After Attempting to Help a Driver on the Side of the Road. “Earlier this morning I was notified of the trɑgic deɑth of one of our students,” East River Principal Becky Watson said in a press release this week.
“I know I’m communicating about our complete East River Excessive neighborhood as we list the sadness of not having one in our personal midst. She added: “My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of this scholar as he passes away.”
The miner, who was in the final 12 months of high school, reportedly stopped his truck and stopped to help another driver in need. However, the driving force of the Honda Perception “wasn’t looking” at the teenager’s white Ford F-150 boulevard and hit him. The Florida Highway Patrol reported that Miner was ejected from his truck and passed away in the crɑsh. Power Honda is currently awaiting charges while the investigation continues.
Nick Miner’s Closed Household and Friends focuses on the trɑgic loss of life
A miner was trying to help two girls who were stuck on a section of highway. They were also concerned about the crɑsh and were taken to Orlando Regional Medical with non-life threɑtening inj-uries. In response to Miner’s teammate Cole Strauder, “Nick was just like the leader of the pack… He came out doing what he’s done all along. To serve individuals and be a leader.”
“I don’t think I’ll ever get that image out of my head,” Miner’s father, Derek, told reporters after the incident. “To my child caught under the truck.” We’re all damaged, we’re all in the wrong place, we’re in real sh0ck right now.”
“I ran to him so fast.” And I noticed it attached to the bottom of that car. His friends were also there”, continued the father. “We were trying to get him and there was nothing we could do.”
Because the athlete was dying, the entire neighborhood spoke openly of their grief. East River Excessive faculty introduced that they will have “grief counselors available on campus immediately in the morning for any scholar or staff member who wants to talk to someone about this loss.” and that they hope the neighborhood will “keep our students and workers in your thoughts at this very troubled time.”