Tragedy strikes a rural Nebraska town when their beloved high school volleyball coach dies in a fiery car accident. But as investigators reconstruct her tragic death, the resulting clues steer the investigation to reveal a horrifying series of events. Watch an exclusive first look of this Saturday's Accident, Suicide, or Murder for FREE now.
Dane Leclair, passed away suddenly this weekend in Nebraska where he was a grad assistant coach for the University of Nebraska’s Women’s Volleyball team and an MBA student. He was 22 years old.
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LPD said Dane LeClair, 22, was found deceased on the sidewalk around 9:30 a.m. on Sunday. LeClair fell accidentally from a parking garage fourth floor around 3:40 a.m., police said.
A tight-knit community was grieving Wednesday after the death of a coach and business owner.
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Terry Pettit is a retired American volleyball coach. His only major coaching position was at Nebraska from 1977 to 1999, where he led the Cornhuskers to the school's first NCAA National Championship in 1995 by defeating Texas in the final. He led the team to 21 Big Eight and Big 12 conference championships in his 23 seasons as head coach and established Nebraska as one of the most decorated programs in the sport of volleyball.
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