Riley Sargent Death – Riley James Sargent of Milaca, Minnesota, passed away suddenly on May 22, 2023. He was just 17 years old. He was said to have been involved in a motor vehicle accident where he sustained life threatening injuries and was later pronounced dead. The details of the car accident has not been released by the authorities.
In May of 2023, he received his diploma from the Milaca high school. The majority of Riley’s time during the school year was spent at his father’s house in Milaca, Minnesota, while the majority of his time during the summers was spent at his mother’s house in Madelia, Minnesota. It was a highlight of his academic career to participate in the after-school programs offered in the wood shop, welding, and taxidermy.
He really enjoyed quality time with his younger siblings and their pets. It was one of his favorite things to do to go fishing at the river, go camping, mudding, and off-roading. A memorial service will be held on May 30, 2023 from 1 to 3 pm at the Recreation Park located at 435 2nd Street Northwest in Milaca, Minnesota. Riley Sargent complete Obituary will be released by the family…
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A woman from Milaca sustained life-threatening injuries in a two-vehicle collision involving a tractor-trailer on Saturday, September 11, in Borgholm Township. Michael Read Greeley, 26, of Milaca, was driving a 2012 International semitrailer east on Highway 23 and stopped to turn left onto northbound 90th Avenue at 4 p.m. on Saturday, just west of Milaca, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. Cheryl Lynn Propson, 49, was driving a 2005 Pontiac Montana that rear-ended the semitrailer when it halted to make a turn.
Gregg Michael Propson, 60, of Onamia, was transported to Fairview Hospital in Princeton for non-life-threatening injuries. Cheryl Propson wore a seat belt, according to the state patrol, but Gregg Propson’s seat belt status is unclear. Greeley was unharmed. At the scene, the Mille Lacs County Sheriff’s Office, the North Memorial Health Ambulance, the Milaca Fire Department, and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources provided assistance.
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