Morgan Sanders Obituary, Death – Morgan Sanders has reportedly passed away in an accident. On the morning of Tuesday, November 15, 2022, at approximately 5:30 a.m., the Mahaska County Sheriff’s Office received a call about a collision that had occurred involving two vehicles in the 3000 block of Highway 23. The caller reported that the incident had taken place. When the deputies arrived, they discovered that Morgan Sanders, age 22, who was a resident of rural Fremont, Lowa, had passed away as a result of the injuries he had sustained in this accident. Sanders had been a resident of rural Fremont for the past 22 years.
Beginning in the year 2008, Sanders has been seen driving a Ford Mustang. The other vehicle that was involved in the collision was a pickup truck produced by Toyota in 2013 and driven by Ethan VanDeKieft, who is 29 years old and lives in Oskaloosa. The accident occurred when both vehicles were traveling in the same direction. VanDeKeft walked away from this accident unscathed, as no injuries were sustained by him.
The initial findings of the investigation into this accident suggest that Sanders, who was driving in the direction of northbound traffic at the time of the collision, was unable to keep control of his vehicle as a result of the snowy conditions and began to slide sideways down the highway. These findings are according to the preliminary findings of the investigation into this accident.
The vehicle that was being driven by Sanders ended up sliding into the path that was being traveled by the vehicle that was being driven by VanDeKieft, which was going in the direction of the south. At this point in time, the investigation into his accident is still ongoing. During the course of this incident, the Mahaska County Sheriff’s Office received assistance from members of the Oskaloosa Police Department, the Mahaska Health Partnership Ambulance Service, the Lowa State Patrol, the Cedar Township Fire Department, the Mahaska County Dispatch Center, and the Mahaska Health Partnership Ambulance Service.