Dillan Stelly Death – Dillan Stelly of Manhattan, Kansas, has passed away unexpectedly in accident on July 30th, 2023, he was 18 years old. According to reports, the motorcycle accident happened at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Dillan Stelly was a 2023 graduate of Manhattan High School.
According to Kristin Brighton of Manhattan, Kansas, Dillan’s mother Jancy Davis is a teacher at Manhattan High School. Dillan was very loved by Daffney Kubler-Hoffman and Allen Hoffman and especially their daughter, Aubree.
Dillan Stelly GoFundMe
Daffney Hoffman has created a fundraiser via GoFundMe on behalf of Jancy Radke. Since his first trip with his family in 2005, before he became one year old, Dillan, who was an experienced rider, had enjoyed attending this yearly event with them. Daffney claimed that she had one of the most kind and gentle souls you could ever hope to come across. Funeral services are taking place in Kansas, and his mother is driving him there from South Dakota in order to attend them.
As the family deals with the aftermath of this terrible loss, the funds will be utilized to provide them with transportation, services, and assistance. We would be extremely grateful for any and all thoughts and prayers sent up for the sake of those who held him dear.
Dillan Stelly Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: Man died in motorcycle crash before Sturgis Rally
A motorbike accident that occurred west of Lead early on Sunday morning resulted in the death of a guy in his late twenties. According to the preliminary reports, the individual was traveling westbound on the United States Route 14A. He was unable to navigate a bend and thus lost control of the vehicle, which caused it to veer across the eastbound lane and into a ditch.
He was ejected off the motorcycle, and emergency personnel pronounced him dead at the scene of the accident. He did not have a helmet on his head. The authorities are not releasing his identify at this time while they attempt to contact his relatives.
The South Dakota Highway Patrol is currently conducting an investigation into the collision. The 82nd annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally kicks out formally on Friday and continues until the 14th of August.
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