Geoffrey Balzer Obituary, Coos County Oregon Native, Geoffrey Balzer Has Passed Away

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Geoffrey Balzer Obituary, Death –  On Wednesday, the Fresno County Coroner’s Office made public the identity of the victim who was recognized as the person who was attacked and murdered while working on his broken-down vehicle in Coalinga on Monday. The victim was recognized as the person who was working on his vehicle while it was disabled. Monday was the day that the incident took place.

Geoffrey Balzer, who was 76 years old at the time of his death, has been identified as the person who passed away. Coos County, in the state of Oregon, was his home county. According to the California freeway Patrol, Balzer was standing in the southbound lanes of Interstate 5 at approximately 11:00 p.m. while attending to his broken-down vehicle, which was located on the right shoulder of the freeway.

The information that was provided by the California Highway Patrol indicates that a man driving a Peterbilt tractor-trailer manufactured in 2015 was approaching Balzer at a speed of around 55 miles per hour. The driver of the Peterbilt failed to notice the pedestrian who was strolling in the roadway, which is what led to the pedestrian being struck by the automobile.

The pedestrian was injured as a result of the collision. When the driver of the Peterbilt failed to notice the pedestrian who was strolling in the roadway, the pedestrian was in the middle of the traffic. It was discovered that Geoffrey Balzer had died at the scene of the tragedy while he was attempting to save others. According to the statement made by the driver of the Peterbilt, there were no injuries that were reported at the scene.