Bravery Stroll For Teen Struck By Vehicle

Family and friends are grieving the loss of 14-year-old Max Wilson, who was fatally injured after being hit by a driver while crossing a busy street in Lakeville on his scooter. Max, known for his kindness and love of life, was an organ donor, and loved ones gathered for a Heroes Walk before his organs were donated at HCMC in downtown Minneapolis. The family has raised over $70,000 in a GoFundMe to cover medical expenses. Max’s generosity and spirit will be remembered as a reminder to cherish life.

A community in Lakeville is grieving the loss of 14-year-old Maxwell Wilson, who tragically passed away after being struck by a vehicle while crossing a busy street on a scooter. Maxwell, described as a kind and joyful individual, was remembered by friends and family for his love of life and his willingness to help others. His final act of generosity was as an organ donor, a decision that saved multiple lives.

Mourners gathered at Hennepin County Medical Center in downtown Minneapolis to witness a flag-raising ceremony in honor of Maxwell’s gift of life through organ donation. The event, attended by loved ones dressed in red to commemorate his selfless act, served as a touching tribute to the young hero. Maxwell’s family has received an outpouring of support, raising over $70,000 on their GoFundMe page to cover medical expenses in the wake of this tragedy.

Maxwell’s untimely passing serves as a stark reminder of the fragility of life and the importance of cherishing every moment. His friends and family recalled his infectious personality, love for sports, and adventurous spirit, leaving behind a legacy of kindness and positivity that will not be forgotten. The driver involved in the incident was unharmed, and Lakeville police are continuing their investigation into the accident.


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