Austin Henning Obituary, Death –As a result of a tragic event that occurred on the North Shore, the friends, and families of two high school graduates are inconsolable. According to the findings of the investigation, Austin Henning, who was from South St. Paul, and Max Williams, who was from Inver Grove Heights, both passed away on Sunday after falling from a bluff into Lake Superior.
After jumping from Black Beach, which is located along the North Shore between Duluth and Grand Marais, they were seen floundering in Lake Superior. The beach is between those two cities. Both Henning and his friend Parker Radmaker intended to overhaul and customize their own automobiles in the near future. “Don’t take anyone for granted,” Radmaker warned. It’s true what they say: “You never know when you’re going to lose someone.”
According to Radmaker, Henning and Williams went on a vacation with their respective girlfriends as a couple. Because of the storm that passed through on Sunday, the water was turbulent, and it was freezing. Their bodies went into shock, and they were both carried away by the current. Three weeks before to the trip, the two had just recently graduated from Simley High School. Henning was on the verge of enrolling at a technical college in the state of Illinois, while Williams intended to join the Minnesota National Guard. An incoming sophomore named Braedyn Bryant spoke to Williams as an amazing friend who is someone to look up to.
“He simply had the appropriate frame of mind all the time. “He would go at life with this positive energy of ‘I have to give it my all,'” said Bryant. “He would always give it his all.” Even during the hottest parts of the summer, the average temperature of Lake Superior remains lower than 55 degrees, according to the DNR. Without a life jacket, your chances of surviving in the sea are likely to be less than two hours.