Jean Waltz, Minnesota High School Basketball Team Boards Bus Driver Has Died

Jean Waltz Obituary

Jean Waltz Obituary – Death, Jean Waltz Has Died  – It has been learnt lately from a reliable source, the unexpected and tragic loss of Jean Waltz, who happened to be one of Minnesota high school’s basketball team boards bus driver found dead on Tuesday the 18th of January, 2022, at night while waiting for a high school girls basketball team.

Further reports from interim Tyler Police Chief, Alexander Anderson in the southwestern Minnesota community of Tyler, read thus ”Jean Waltz, was waiting for the team on the bus during a basketball game played between the Maccray and Russell-Tyler-Ruthton high schools, and was later found unresponsive by the girls basketball team members at about 8 p.m.”.

Shortly after, officers from the Tyler police, fire responders and an ambulance service arrived the scene and transported Waltz to Avera Tyler Hospital in a bid to save her life, but all efforts from the crew was not enough to save her life, and She was later pronounced dead at the hospital.

A further review was carried out on the school bus camera, and it was confirmed that there is nothing wrong with the deceased. Further information gathered read thus ”there is no visible activity on camera again during the dark until first responders arrived,”.

A possible cause of death might later be released as there is a pending autopsy being conducted by the Ramsey County medical examiner’s office in St. Paul. As soon as further information is made available, we will convey it to the general public in due time.

We extend most heartfelt and sincere condolences to the family, friends, well wishers and accomplices of the deceased fellow at this time of her passing away, we ask that God grants them the fortitude to bear the loss of their beloved who has passed away unexpected.

Our thoughts are also with the Minnesota high school’s basketball team, we ask that God comforts and stand by them, as they have lost a very important member, she will be greatly missed.

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