Parker Minnick Death – Parker Minnick of Carrollton, Missouri, has passed away following a fatal motor vehicle accident. He was Carrollton High School Baseball player. Red Rage Sports are mourning the passing of Parker Minnick. According to a social post that was shared they stride for their players to have the same work ethic as Parker had. To be a leader on and off the field. One of their goals was to win District titles in high school when their boys got older.
Next Spring was the start of that with their incoming Freshman playing with players like Parker. Parker, they know they needed that utility player in heaven but know will give it everything on the field like he did and will bring it back home.
The accident reports is still pending at the time of this publication.
Parker Minnick Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: Two died, two injured in Carroll County crash
At approximately 12:30 on Saturday morning, a single-vehicle accident on Highway CC resulted in the deaths of two teenagers and injured two others. According to the Missouri Highway Patrol, Blake L. Wilson, 20, of Carrollton was driving a 2006 Chevrolet 2500 eastbound on Highway CC east of County Road 261 when he drove off the left side of the roadway, contacted an embankment, struck a tree, and flipped.
The accident occurred when he went overturned. Two persons were thrown out of the vehicle when it crashed. Both Teagan E. Birdno, age 19, and Matthew D. Landi, age 21, were residents of Carrollton, and both were pronounced deceased at the scene of the accident. Wilson was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries.
Zach L. Warner, 22, also of Carrollton, was hurt to a lesser extent in the incident. The inquiry into what caused the crash is continuing.
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