Don Zink Obituary, Cause Of Death – An investigation was started as a direct result of the discovery of the body of a man that was made on Wednesday afternoon close to Warrensburg, Missouri, by firefighters who were fighting a field fire. The discovery was made by the firefighters who were fighting the fire. While they were working to put out the fire, the firefighters made the discovery that was hidden in plain sight.
It was reported by the firefighters that they found an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) in the area that showed signs of having been involved in an accident. The signs indicated that the vehicle had been damaged in some way. One of these signs was that the front and rear bumpers of the vehicle had been damaged. Don Zink, who was 72 years old at the time of his passing, has been identified as the individual who passed away, and it has been determined that he was the person who passed away.
Approximately a half an hour and a half after 2:30 in the afternoon, a grass fire started in the 300 block of NE V Highway, which is located northeast of Warrensburg. The Johnson County Fire Protection District dispatched personnel to the scene of the fire in a hurry in order to lend a hand with extinguishing it. During the course of their efforts to put out the fire, the firefighters came across the body of the deceased man. The firefighters were going about their jobs when they discovered the body that had been found.