DAVID CITY, Neb. -- One person is dead after a two-vehicle accident in east central Nebraska. 

The Butler County Sheriff's Office said the accident happened Sunday evening at the intersection of Highway 15 and Highway 66. 

The Sheriff's Office said during the investigation and after they received an eye witness account, it was determined that the first vehicle was traveling west on Highway 66 and failed to stop at the stop sign before entering Highway 15. 

It was reported the second vehicle involved was traveling south on Highway 15 and collided with the first vehicle as it was going west through the intersection. 

The driver of the first vehicle was pronounced dead at the scene, and the passenger was treated at the seen and air-lifted to Lincoln. 

Both the driver and passenger of the second vehicle was transported to a local hospital for non-life threatening injuries. 

According to Stonacek Funeral Chapel in Norfolk, funeral services will be held for 75-year-old Allen Jessen of Norfolk, who was killed in the crash.

The crash remains under investigation.

Authorities said that due to the accident being under investigation by the Butler County Sheriff's Office and the Nebraska State patrol, names of those involved will not be released at this time. 

Responded authorities were the David City Volunteer Department, Brainard Volunteer Fire Department and the Dwight Volunteer Fire Department.