Brady Larson, from Valley City Died Unexpectedly in A Car Accident

Last Updated on August 19, 2023, 1:18 pm

In a tragic car accident, Brady Larson, an official Derby driver from Valley City, North Dakota, lost his life after suffering injuries. Larson passed away on August 17, 2023, in a work accident.

Brady Larson Died In Accident
In the picture, Brady Larson is seen sitting on top of a blue sports car, wearing a blue and white T-shirt. (Source: Facebook)

Although the specifics of the accident remained unknown, a friend of his disclosed on social media, Troy Gunderson wrote a statement on Facebook:

“Our family is mourning the loss of my cousin, Brady Larson, from Valley City. Had a shop accident doing what he so loved to do, Peace and blessings to the family”.

Authorities have not yet released crucial details about the accident that killed Larson on Thursday, leaving the Valley City community in shock over the death of the beloved Derby driver.

His sudden ultimate death has left an empty spot in the hearts of teammates, family, and friends. Our thoughts and condolences are with his family.

Brady Larson, who was enthusiastic about vehicles, was a native of Valley City, North Dakota, according to his obituary on Interstim.

He had a well-deserved reputation for having excellent driving and mechanical skills. Larson graduated from North Dakota State College of Science and attended Valley City High School.

Before sadly dying in the vehicle accident, he was supposedly engaged to Brianna Shockman.

Demolition Derby drivers and fans in the A-Town area sent condolences in remembrance of his lasting presence and his beneficial influence on their connected community.

Larson was a valued friend and skilled opponent, so his absence was felt keenly. Many people have used social media to highlight how the wonderful life of the adored guy affected other people.

His family has not released funeral and burial services. Prayers for Brady Larson’s “Rest in Peace” young man.


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