Nicholas Miner Obituary, Death – A man who was riding a motorbike at the time of the accident that took place early on Thursday morning in Pontiac on a roadway that had been slick with ice lost his life as a result of the accident, which took place on the highway. The tragedy took place early on Thursday morning in Pontiac. At the scene of the collision, it was determined that he had passed away as a result of the accident. Nicholas Miner, 30, was reportedly riding his 2016 Yamaha motorcycle eastbound on Montcalm near Glenwood in Pontiac at approximately 2:25 a.m. when he reportedly lost control of the vehicle, hit a curb, and was thrown from the vehicle after the collision, as stated by the statements made by the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office.
Miner was reportedly riding his motorcycle eastbound on Montcalm near Glenwood. It was established that Miner had passed away while they were investigating the scene. During the course of the investigation, it was discovered that Miner had gone away while they were on the scene. The miner was supplied with a helmet and other protective gear in order to insulate himself from the potential risks posed by the environment when the disaster occurred. The miner, who had been protecting his head with a helmet when he was carried to the hospital, could not make it through his stay there and ultimately passed away.
He had been wearing the helmet to protect his head. The miner had been moving around while shielding his head with the helmet in order to protect himself from the weather. Ice was judged to be a factor that contributed to the occurrence and had a part in it when it was investigated and found to be such over the course of the investigation. The sheriff’s office believes that alcohol played a role in the incident that took place and that it was a contributing factor. They also feel that alcohol was a part in the incident that took place. They also feel that alcohol played a role in the incident that took place and believe that it was one of the contributing factors.