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Teen killed in rollover crash ID’d

The Allen County coroner has identified an 18-year-old who died Wednesday night after he lost control of his speeding pickup truck, rolling it several times in southeast Allen County.
Matthew J. Miller of Decatur was not wearing a safety restraint device and died of blunt force trauma, according to a written statement from the coroner, Dr. E. Jon Brandenberger.
He ruled the death was an accident, the 22nd traffic fatality for Fort Wayne and Allen County in 2009.
The truck was going west on Hoagland Road when Miller lost control just west of Whittern Road about 9:30 p.m., Allen County police Lt. Tim Schulz said for an earlier story.
Miller went off the road for about an eighth of a mile and then drove across a ditch, causing the truck to roll several times. It came to a rest on the driver's side, Schulz said.
Miller died at the scene. Police said Wednesday they believe speed was a factor in the crash.
Sandra Lee, who lives at Hoagland and Whittern roads, said she heard a "god-awful noise" and came outside to see the truck make its final roll. She called 911 and then ran down the road to find the driver inside the truck.
Lee said teenagers frequently speed on the road, sometimes driving in excess of 100 mph.
The crash remains under investigation by the sheriff's department, coroners, office and the FACT Team.

What do I say to my friend this was her boyfriend.He was nice and a good person the sad thing is he just graduated this year.

crying for her friend

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