Calvin Dietrich  Death, Obituary –  A fatal car collision took place close to Clarkson early on Friday morning. The event involved multiple vehicles. At the scene of the accident, the victim of the tragedy was pronounced dead. The deceased was a male who had resided in Leigh before to their passing.Around 10:00 in the morning, the Colfax County Sheriff’s Department got an emergency call that reported a car accident that had just taken place. The caller stated that the accident had just taken place.

The incident took place roughly one mile east of Clarkson, close to the crossroads of Road X and Road 9, which is also referred to as “road 9.”According to the records, there were two vehicles involved in the accident: a Chevrolet Silverado K1500 moving west on Road X and a Sterling LT 9500 straight truck traveling north on Road 9. Both vehicles were headed in opposite directions. Both cars were heading in a westerly direction on Road X when we saw them.

A gentleman by the name of Calvin Dietrich, a local of Leigh who was 79 years old at the time of the accident, was a passenger in the Chevrolet Silverado that was involved in the collision. He was killed instantly as a consequence of the collision, which was the immediate factor that led to his passing away. The driver of the Sterling LT, 58-year-old Wes Balzer of Howells, was issued a citation for motor vehicle homicide and violation of a stop sign, and he was later released from custody, as reported by the Colfax County Sheriff’s Department. Balzer was issued a citation for motor vehicle homicide and violation of a stop sign.

A ticket for motor vehicle homicide and violation of a stop sign was given to Balzer as a result of his actions. As a direct result of the activities that Balzer took, he was issued a citation for both motor vehicle homicide and the violation of a stop sign. Emergency personnel from a number of different departments, including Clarkson Fire and Rescue, the Colfax County Sheriff’s Department, and the Nebraska State Patrol, hurried to the scene as soon as they received word of the incident.