A southeast Nebraska man has died two months after a rollover crash. Twenty-one-year-old Trevor Dolbow of Sterling passed away in a Lincoln hospital on Sunday.
On September 8, Dolbow lost control of his vehicle on East Highway 41 between South 12th & 25th Road south of Cortland. He was ejected from his 1995 Chevy Blazer as it rolled.
His mother told the Lincoln Journal Star that Dolbow was taking a birthday cake he had baked to his girlfriend in Beatrice when the tragedy happened.
A southeast Nebraska man is hospitalized with injuries that appear to be life threatening. Crash investigators in Gage County say Trevor Dolbow of Sterling briefly left the road then lost control and rolled several times.
The incident was reported about 4:40 p.m. Sunday on East Highway 41 between South 12th & 25th Road south Cortland
The 21-year-old Dolbow was driving a 1995 Chevy Blazer. Investigators do not believe he was wearing restraints. Dolbow was ejected from the vehicle as it rolled.
He was flown to Bryan LGH West in Lincoln.