MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — After losing a 10-year-old boy in an ATV accident, people in a southeast Minnesota community spent this Easter Sunday comforting one another.

Hunter Bergo was riding his ATV to a neighbor’s house near Lanesboro yesterday afternoon when authorities say there was an accident and the ATV rolled off the road.

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His family says it was a trip he made several times per week.

Bergo passed away at the scene.

In a city of fewer than 800 people, most everyone feels a loss like this one.

“A lot of the people are feeling the same way, but if you’re by yourself you might not know that,” said Nick Bakke.

Bakke grew up in Lanesboro with Hunter Bergo’s parents.

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“What do you say to a father and mother who lost their kid? This is one way that you can maybe help do that,” said Bakke.

When grief overwhelmed the 10-year-old’s family, the community stepped in, sharing memories of a young boy who was wise beyond his years and who loved to hunt and tell jokes.

After they said what was needed, the small city wrapped its arms around Hunter’s family, showing them they’re not alone.

“I’ve never seen anybody who’s as young as he is have a heart as full as his was,” Bakke said.

Hunter was in 4th grade at Lanesboro Elementary.

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The Fillmore County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the accident.