Nathan Walloch Obituary, Death – Dr. Kathy Yoder, who serves as the McLean County Coroner, was able to determine the identity of the person who perished in a car accident that took place on Monday. As a result of the collision, Nathan A. Walloch, 28, from Camby, Indiana, had several injuries consistent with blunt force, as stated in a press statement issued by the coroner’s office. At this point in time, toxicology is not yet complete. The collision took place on Monday on United States Route 136 at the McLean County 150 East Road in Mount Hope Township, which is located in the southwestern section of the county. Both the McLean County Coroner’s Office and the Illinois State Police are currently conducting their own separate investigations into the collision in order to determine what caused the incident. This is being done in order to find out what led to the accident.
Both the McLean County Coroner’s Office and the Illinois State Police are continuing their investigations into the crash at this time. As a result of the event, Nathan A. Walloch, who was 28 years old and originally from Camby, Indiana, had a number of injuries that were consistent with blunt force. According to the report, these wounds were “consistent with blunt force.” It was determined that Walloch had died of natural causes. The information that was contained in the communication can now be accessed by the public at large.
Toxicology research has not yet been completed and is still being conducted at the present time. This indicates that there is still more work to be done in this area of study. The incident took occurred early on Monday morning on United States Route 136 in Mount Hope Township. Mount Hope Township is located in the southwestern portion of McLean County, close to the intersection with McLean County 150 East Road. The road was the scene of the accident.