It appears alcohol is being investigated as a possible cause in the death of a University of Cincinnati freshman offensive lineman...
Late Saturday night, a car driven by Miami University (OH) freshman Sean Van Dyne left the road for an unknown reason. When authorities came to the scene, it was discovered that two individuals were ejected from the car. Two more were trapped in the car.
Ben Flick died at the scene. Van Dyne and two other passengers, wide receivers Mark Barr and Javon Harrison were injured in the crash. All three were flown from the crash site via medical helicopter to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.
Barr and Van Dyne are in critical condition. Harrison was listed in fair condition and released from the hospital on Monday.
Flick was and Harrison and Barr are student-athletes at University of Cincinnati.
All three were true freshman and didn't dress or travel with the team.
Head coach Tommy Tuberville said in a statement, "As a father and a coach, it's something you hope you never have to go through. Ben was so proud to be a part of this team and University. He worked hard and had shown a great deal of improvement since the summer. His future was bright. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Flick family on their loss. We also hope and pray for Mark and Javon to recover from their injuries."
Here's the early story on the death...
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The Butler County S.T.A.R.T. Unit (Serious Traffic Accident Reconstruction Team) is investigating.
The 911 call is here...