One of the finest athletes of the US named Hinwa Allieu, famous for playing as a defensive lineman for the Lopers, has passed away lately. The incident took place on 9 January 2022; he was just 25 years old at his death. According to the latest reports issued by Cass County Sheriff, Allieu died in a car accident on Interstate 80 South of Ashland.
As we mentioned above, the mishap occurred at around 3:49 AM on Sunday. Later, it informed that emergency service arrived on the spot within a while and rushed Allieu to the hospital, where the doctors declared him dead. Get more information on Who is Hinwa Allieu and his death cause.
The complete Loper family is disgraced and disheartened learning about this sudden demise of one of their incredible player in its team. The head coach of UNK, Josh Lynn, took Twitter to express grief on behalf of the complete family. He wrote that “We are heartbroken and crushed to learn about Hinwa’s loss.” He further praised the deceased’s personality, saying that he was highly talented and a brilliant team leader. Apart from that, he was a wonderful human being.
Hinwa Allieu Car Crash
He continued with the deepest condolence to his family members and paid a heartfelt tribute to the athlete. As of now, there is not much available on his family. However, we are trying to fetch information regarding his family. The information on his funeral is also being reviewed. The official Twitter handler of UNK also posted his picture in one of his posts, where he featured wearing his graduating hat and gown. Along with that, in another image, he is engaging in the game.
Suppose we talk more about the origins of the football player; he was born on 9 December 1997 in Sierra Leone, West Africa. As we mentioned above that the information of his family is being reviewed. He completed his graduation from the Avalon School in Wheaton, Maryland, after which the athlete moved to the US in the year 2013. He joined Lopers in 2016 and played as a defensive lineman till 2019, wherein he amassed 160 tackles and 15.5 sacks.
He was honored with AII-MIAA for three consecutive years, and in 2020, he got associated with Atlanta Falcons as an undrafted free agent. But unfortunately, the ultimate athlete left this world so early. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family members and hope that the pure soul will rest in peace. Stay tuned to Social Telecast for more information.