Brenna Amos car accident, Death, Obituary – As a consequence of an accident that took place on Olmsted County Road 1 Southeast on Tuesday afternoon, a Rochester man who was 55 years old and had been riding a motorcycle was thrown from the vehicle and died as a result of his injuries. An accident that took place on County Road 1 in Pleasant Grover Township near to where it connects with Olmsted County Road 16 Southwest called for the presence of deputies from the Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office approximately 2:50 in the afternoon.
These deputies were sent to the site from the Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office. On County Road 1, Charles Sklavos, 55 years old, who has been identified by law enforcement, was headed southbound when he was involved in a traffic collision. Sklavos had slowed down to come to a stop for a car that was waiting to make a left turn when the vehicle that was behind him did not use its brakes, drifted to the right, and then swerved back before hitting with Sklavos’ motorbike, according to Capt. Scott Behrns of the Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office. Sklavos was thrown from his motorcycle and died as a result of the impact.
Sklavos was thrown off his motorbike, although he was protected by the helmet he was wearing at the time of the accident. According to Behrns, he died as a result of the injuries he received in the location where the incident occurred. Brenna Amos, who is 31 years old and is from rural Stewartville, is said to have been the driver of the car that was following Behrns, who is said to have been following him.
To the findings of the investigation that is now being carried out by the Sheriff’s Office, it is conceivable that Amos’ automobile had some kind of technical fault.