Paul Entzi passed away-death-Traffic Collision : Paul Entzi, 41-year-old, of Fargo, North Dakota, passed away tragically following a crash involving a traffic signal pole just off the interstate in north Fargo. According to North Dakota, Highway Patrol said the accident happened at the I-29 and 19th Ave. N. interchange on Tuesday, November 16, 2021, at about 10 p.m. According to the report, Paul who was the driver of the vehicle was exited off the interstate and crashed into the pole as a result of not wearing a seatbelt. He later passed away at the hospital as a result of injuries he sustained from the crash.
Paul is a native of Fredonia, North Dakota, started working at Goodin Company in 2014 until his demise. at the time of the incident, Paul was driving a Nissan Altima, together with him was an unidentified 14-year-old passenger in the vehicle. The 14-year-old male who was a passenger in the front seat had serious, but non-life-threatening injuries and was taken by ambulance to Sanford Hospital. Paul was also transported to the hospital but sadly he died. The accident is still under investigation by the authorities.
Jeremy Adam shared a tribute to Paul on Facebook, remembering him as a special friend, the post read “I’m not a picture guy or an emotional guy. When I first met you Paul Entzi, you helped pull our vehicle out of a snowbank. I’m sure you were thinking I was an idiot for taking a road that nobody drove on, I’ll tell you now I listened to the wife to take that road. You accepted me into your house knowing that I was with Kara but didn’t know me. You gave me a shot, took us to the bar, bought me more shots, and then bought me a pork chop. I remember you giving me a pair of sweat pants to wear that were extremely tiny, wouldn’t fit any child but told me we were the same size. The point is that you were the type of person that accepted everyone, loved everybody, made them laugh, made them feel accepted, and for that I will forever be grateful. You are truly a special person that is not common anymore, a 1 of a kind. The people close to me call you son, brother, and dad. I will forever say you are my friend and will be missed! Until I see you again, keep the fireball cold and we will smoke meats again someday. Love you!”
Paul Entzi’s obituary will be organized by the family.
Photo credit (PC) goes to Paul Entzi