Dylan Vascik Obituary, Springville Man Killed in Collision West of Anamosa – Death

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Dylan Vascik Death, Obituary – The name of the driver who was killed in a collision that took place west of Anamosa has been made known to the general public by the authorities that investigated the incident. The Linn County Sheriff’s Office has reported that Dylan Vascik, 46, a resident of Springville, was unable to survive the incident and as a result passed away as a result of his injuries.

On Tuesday, around 2:30 p.m., a car that was traveling southbound on Springville Road when it lost control and slid into the path of the vehicle that was being driven by Vascik, who was traveling northbound on the road at the time of the accident. Vascik was the driver of the vehicle that was involved in the accident. It took place in the neighborhood of the intersection where Schmidt Lane intersects with a number of other roads.

The personnel in charge of medical care at the scene concluded that Vascik had been found to have passed away there. The other driver who was involved in the collision was Zachary Twachtmann, who is from Anamosa and is 31 years old. After determining that his injuries did not pose an immediate risk to his life, he was sent to the Linn County Correctional Center to be treated for his wounds.

Mackenna Scofield, who is 25 years old and is originally from Anamosa, was a passenger in Twachtmann vehicle and was taken to the hospital with injuries that the authorities classified as injuries that were not believed to be life-threatening injuries. Mackenna Scofield is originally from Anamosa. Twachtmann is the subject of an investigation for three distinct crimes, the first of which is operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol for the first time; the second is causing death by automobile; and the third is failing to maintain control of his vehicle.

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