Josephine Althouse Obituary, Death -The name of a female LeRoy resident who had been killed the previous day in a collision that included two vehicles and took place in the afternoon was made public by the authorities on Tuesday. The collision took place on Monday. Kathy Yoder, the coroner for McLean County, stated that Josephine Althouse, who was 90 years old, was the driver of an SUV that was involved in a collision with another vehicle near the crossroads of 3100 East and 400 North Road, which is located just east of LeRoy.

Yoder stated that the collision occurred near the intersection of 3100 East and 400 North Road. The collision took place close to the crossroads that connect these two roadways, which can be found to the east of LeRoy. On Monday, just before 3:30 p.m., the office of the coroner was made aware of a report of a death that was reported to have taken place at the crossroads. According to the report, the person who died was found at the crossroads. Initial findings from the autopsy suggest that Althouse passed away as a result of various blunt force injuries that he sustained as a result of the incident.

These injuries were acquired by Althouse after the incident. These wounds were a contributing factor in Althouse’s passing. Her companion was the only passenger in the sport utility vehicle she was driving (SUV). It was not immediately clear what caused the mishap or how the people who were traveling in the second vehicle were injured, and additional information regarding either subject was not immediately accessible. In addition, it was unclear right first what led to the collision that occurred. The investigation into the car collision that took place earlier is being carried on by both the McLean County Coroner’s Office and the McLean County Sheriff’s Office.