COOK COUNTY, Ill.–A student at Fishers High School was killed in a car crash on Saturday in Illinois.
Illinois State Police said a car rolled over on Interstate 94 at around 5 am Saturday. They believe it was going south on the ramp from I-94 onto Illinois 394 when it left the road, hit a light pole, and rolled into an embankment.
The crash happened in the Chicago suburb of South Holland.
15-year-old Jake Reibel, who transferred from Hamilton Southeastern to Fishers High School, died in the crash. The driver and three passengers, all of whom were under the age of 18, were taken to a hospital with serious injuries.
Police have not said who was driving or what led up to the crash.
Reibel played football at HSE as a freshman before he transferred to Fishers High School.
The school district says its crisis response team will be available throughout the week for students and staff.
Funeral arrangements are pending.
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