Girl Injured in Meeker County ATV Crash Last Month Died 5 Days Later

Girl Injured in Meeker County ATV Crash Last Month Died 5 Days Later Photo: Courtesy Meeker County Sheriff's Department

August 10, 2018 07:34 PM

Officials say a 14-year-old girl who was one of two children injured in an ATV crash near Grove City last month died five days after the crash.

Sabrina Miller died of a lack of oxygen to the brain July 18, according to the Hennepin County Medical Examiner.


RELATED: 2 Children Injured in ATV Crash

The Meeker County Sheriff's Office received a call July 13 from 9-year-old Tyler Schindewolf saying he was trapped under an ATV with his cousin, Miller. He said on the phone Miller was not breathing.

Deputies responded and flipped the vehicle off the children. Miller was airlifted to Hennepin Healthcare, which is where she later died.

Schindewolf was transported by private party to Hennepin Healthcare.

The initial investigation revealed the accident is likely the result of the driver - Miller - turning too sharply, causing the ATV to flip over.


Anthony Brousseau

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