Morris business owner in recovery after motorcycle accident 12 Jun 17

A Morris business owner has lost his left eye and remains hospitalized after a motorcycle accident last week.

On Thursday, June 8, Nick Wolff was driving a Harley Davidson near Barrett when he went off the road at 10:45 a.m. According to Wolff’s Caring Bridge site, witnesses reported that the bike must have hit a rock, which threw him off and caused him to strike a post.

Wolff was airlifted to the St. Cloud Hospital. He incurred a frontal sinus fracture, a large laceration across his forehead, his left eye socket and all the bones around the eye broke, broken cheek bone, eye globe blown, small brain bleeds, broken clavicle, broken scapula, sternum fractures, three fractured ribs, T5 fracture, and a broken left leg.

Due to damage, surgeons had to completely remove his left eye. Wolff was in surgery from 7 p.m. until 3 a.m.

According to his family, Wolff was able to maintain his own breathing by Saturday. As of Sunday he remains in the ICU and is awaiting several more surgeries.

He is the owner of an insurance agency in Morris. 

  • allen e anderson

    sad news

  • Patricia Sutton

    Nick was like an uncle to me. I just heard this early afternoon that he passed this morning. RIP sweet friend! You are loved and going to be missed by many many people!!
    *Pati (Blom) Sutton