Jacob Olson St. Cloud, MN, killed in motorcycle accident on Saturday

Jacob Olson St. Cloud, MN, killed in motorcycle accident on Saturday

Jacob Olson a resident of St. Cloud, Minnesota has been identified as the person who died in a motorcycle accident on Saturday, June 10, 2023. Jacob was described as an amazing human and now an amazing spirit. He succumbed to the injuries sustained as an impact of the collision. Jacob was a native of Fargo, North Dakota.

Logan Voigt an employee at Works at Entrepreneur and GNC Live Well announced the death of Jacob Olson via Facebook post on Saturday. Logan released the following statement, “Jacob Olson prayers for everyone dealing with this.. family, friends, loved ones. I have no words right now. I still cannot believe it.”

Jacob Olson was an employee at Kopp Concrete, Inc. He hailed from Fargo, North Dakota. The Olson family is yet to release a statement following his death.

Skippy Voigt also paid tribute to Jacob on social media, “You are an amazing human and now an amazing spirit.. I love you, bro! You are always going to hold a special place in my heart! My condolences to the family and friends… RIP Jacob Olson.”

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About St. Cloud, Minnesota

The most populous city in the state’s central region is St. Cloud, which is located in the United States state of Minnesota. The 2020 census revealed a population of 68,881, ranking it as the 12th-largest city in Minnesota. The city of Saint-Cloud, France (located in the Île-de-France, close to Paris) was named after the French monk Clodoald in the sixth century, and St. Cloud is the county seat of Stearns County.

St. Cloud is primarily located in Stearns County, but it also borders Benton and Sherburne counties and spans the Mississippi River. Waite Park, Sauk Rapids, Sartell, St. Joseph, Rockville, and St. Augusta directly border the city, and Foley, Rice, Kimball, Clearwater, Clear Lake, and Cold Spring are close by. It is the hub of a contiguous urban area. In the St. Cloud metropolitan region, there were 199,671 people as of the 2020 census. It has been ranked as the fifth-largest metro area with a presence in Minnesota, trailing only Rochester, Fargo-Moorhead, Duluth-Superior, and Minneapolis-St. Paul. However, the whole St. Cloud region is located in Minnesota, whereas Fargo-Moorhead’s population is primarily concentrated in North Dakota and the Duluth region receives a sizeable population contribution from Superior, Wisconsin.

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