Hannah Goman, aged 20 years old and also a Winona State University student, Her university’s announcement, on the other hand, reported that she was 21 years old. Goman was a young Stevens Point, Wisconsin, resident on her way out of university. She was also a student at Winona State University, studying social work.
The Winona State Dance Team’s “Dancescape” performance on Saturday night was dedicated to Goman to “honor a life lost too soon.” Counseling and support services are accessible to the college community, from what the university said.
Hannah was killed in a car accident caused by a careless truck driver approaching from the opposite direction. She died in a Winona hospital from his injuries. The 35-year-old Winona man was at the wheel of the Silverado that was heading northbound in the southbound lanes of Highway 61.
The driver, a 21-year-old man, and a 22-year-old woman, both passengers in the Camry, were sent to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. On MSP, both are listed as being from Oshkosh. In the event, the truck driver and a female passenger, both 35 years old and from Winona, were unharmed. At the time of the collision, the road was unusually dry, and everyone in the vehicle was wearing seatbelts.