Kory Kalamaha Obituary, Death Cause – The Minot Police Department was able to conclusively determine the identity of the person who was killed in the collision that took place on Monday close to the Walmart. After further investigation, it was established that the man from Max, who was 56 years old, had the name Kory Kalamaha. At this moment, the other driver has been charged with violating a stop sign and a yield sign; however, the North Dakota Highway Patrol and the police are currently looking into the situation to ascertain the full extent of the infraction.
On Monday about one o’clock in the afternoon, Minot Central Dispatch received a report of an accident that involved a car and a motorcycle. The collision took place close to a Walmart and resulted in injuries to those involved. A collision occurred between an eastbound car that was travelling north and entering the southbound lane and a motorbike that was being driven by a guy who was 56 years old and was on S. Broadway and turning into 40th Ave SW at the time of the collision.
The collision occurred when the motorcycle was turning into 40th Ave SW. A post about the incident was made available on Facebook by the Minot Police Department, and it included a description of what happened. The man, who was from Max and was 56 years old, was rushed to Trinity Medical Center, but he was unable to survive his injuries and passed away at the facility. The 66-year-old male driver of the second vehicle, who was involved in the collision, did not receive any injuries as a result of the incident. The investigation is being led by the Minot Police Department, and the North Dakota Highway Patrol is giving assistance.