Kolstad Transfers From MCHS Mankato To Twin Cities
His family released a statement through Mayo this morning stating, "We want to thank everyone for their support and ongoing efforts to help our family. We cannot begin to express our gratitude. We are so proud of our community and are incredibly inspired by the things going on around us. Your continued prayers and encouragement are needed and greatly appreciated." The family says they will continue to provide updates on Isaac's Caring Bridge site.
Kolstad sustained a severe brain injury in an altercation downtown Mankato in the early morning hours of May 11. He had been at MCHS Mankato since the incident.