Car was traveling 114 mph seconds before impact
Recently released court documents show that 21-year-old Daniel Edmund Resch was driving 114 mph seconds before his car crashed, causing the death of 2011 New York Mills graduate Ty Vernon Bell.
Resch's blood alcohol content was .14, over the legal limit, according to court documents.
Resch is facing four felony vehicular homicide charges stemming from the July 17 incident, which also severely injured a 15-year-old NY Mills girl.
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