Michael Sigler Killed in Motorcycle Accident on Buffalo Drive [Las Vegas, NV]

Michael Sigler Left Brain Dead after Motorcycle Crash on Buffalo Drive [Las Vegas, NV]

Michael Sigler Killed in Motorcycle Accident on Buffalo Drive [Las Vegas, NV]

Parents Donate Michael Sigler’s Organs after Motorcycle Crash in Las Vegas Left Him Brain Dead

 
LAS VEGAS, NV (May 21, 2019) – A teenager suffered injuries that him left brain dead after a serious motorcycle crash on Friday, May 17.

A local news source caught up with the parents of 18-year-old Michael Amir Sigler. According to them, they are donating his organs. Michael’s family said that he had always told them he wanted his organs donated.

Authorities responded near the intersection of N. Buffalo Drive and W. Lake Mead Boulevard.

Metro Police said that Michael was on his motorcycle when a car pulled out of a nearby shopping center. The vehicle allegedly tried to make a U-turn when they eventually collided.

According to his family, Michael was going to help a friend with his homework shortly after he left Cimmaron High School, where he was a student at the time.

Furthermore, Michael sustained a traumatic brain injury as a result of the impact. Reports indicate that he won’t be able to fully recover.

Charles Christian Sigler, Michael’s father, said that Michael taught him to be a better person. Courtney Sigler, his mother, stated that he left a piece of his life on so many people and for so many years to come.

A donation page has been created for a memorial fund for Michael’s family.

It is important to always be alert when operating a vehicle. Stay within the speed limit, and follow the rules of the road to prevent any dangerous accidents. Always keep an eye out for possible road hazards and stay on guard.


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