Brendon Molloy Obituary, Death Cause – The victims of a deadly collision that occurred roughly 20 kilometers (12 miles) to the north of Williston have been recognized by the police in the area. According to the North Dakota Highway Patrol, Brendon Molloy, 20, from Wildrose, North Dakota, was pronounced dead as a result of injuries he sustained during the collision that took place on January 18 on United States Highway 2. The incident occurred in Wildrose, North Dakota.
The collision was reported to have happened in North Dakota. According to a press statement, the incident occurred at approximately 6:25 in the morning while he was driving a 2014 Ford F-350 in the eastern lane of the highway. He rear-ended a 2011 Peterbilt truck during this time. As it got closer to a crossroads where it needed to make a turn, the Peterbilt truck slowed to a more reasonable speed. According to the press release, 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 the one who issued the release. Both Santiesteban and his passenger, Juan Buenrostro Macia, 42, of Maricopa, Arizona, were wearing their seat belts at the time of the collision, therefore none of them sustained any injuries as a result of the accident. According to the announcement, the reason for this is that both of them were strapped in their seat belts. According to the statement, Molloy was sent to CHI St. Alexius Hospital in Williston when he was found to be in critical condition. However, he was unable to recover from his injuries and passed away there. At the time of his dying, he was not wearing a seat belt as required by law in the vehicle in which he was traveling.