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HENDRICKS COUNTY, Ind.—A man who was about to graduate from high school this week died Monday morning in a Hendricks County car crash.
The Hendricks County Sheriff’s Office says 18-year-old Cyle Sullivan of Danville drove his Ford Taurus into a utility pole just before 4:30 am.
This happened near the 7500 Block South of County Road 550 West which is north of Stilesville.

Emergency responders rushed Sullivan to a hospital where he died. No one else was in the Ford Taurus with Sullivan. Investigators are not sure what caused Sullivan to hit the pole.
Sullivan was scheduled to graduate from Cascade High School this Friday.
“On behalf of the entire Mill Creek Community School Corporation, our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Cyle Sullivan.  We are saddened by this sudden and tragic loss of one of our Cadets.  Cyle was a 12th grade student at Cascade High School, involved in extracurricular activities, and on track for his career pathway following graduation.  We will have counselors available for our students and staff during this difficult time.  Our school community will rally to support each other!” said Jim Diagostino, superintendent of the Mill Creek Community School Corporation.