Last Updated on August 28, 2023, 1:28 pm
Jori Lynn Jones, a renowned Gustavus women’s hockey player from Little Canada, Minnesota, died suddenly from her wounds after a car accident.
The girl was taken to the local hospital, but the reports indicate that 19-year-old Jori Lynn Jones was declared deceased, and three other teammates were injured and also shifted to the hospital. The state police did not identify the automobiles violating the stop sign.
Everyone pays condolences to Jori’s family, friends and teammates. Her funeral and burial details have not been disclosed yet.
Jori Jones had a tremendous impact on the lives of those who knew her, although the details of her death are still unknown.
She was the epitome of gentleness, love, and compassion. She attended Roseville High School and played goalie for the women’s hockey team at Gustavus.
Prayers for her; Rest in Peace, Jory Lynn Jones.
According to media reports like Fox 9, According the Minnesota State Patrol, the collision happened on Sunday at 12:40 p.m. at the Grace Township intersection of Highway 29 and Highway, about 50 miles from the South Dakota border.
While after the accident, one teammate died, and three Gustavus Adolphus College women’s hockey players were hurt in a two-vehicle incident in western Minnesota.
When they hit a vehicle moving southbound on Highway 29, the four hockey players from Gustavus were in an SUV headed eastward on Highway 40. The state patrol did not specify which cars ran the stop sign.
The women were taken to a local hospital, but the report indicates that Jori Lynn Jones, 19, died from her wounds.
Along with the 28-year-old driver of the second car, the other three players, Gianna Gasparini (19), Lily Mortenson (19), and Kayla Bluhm (20), all sustained and had non-life-threatening injuries.
However, the precise details of the collision which caused the accident are unknown.
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