BEDFORD COUNTY -- Police say speed is likely to blame for a fatal crash in Bedford County.
22 year-old Joseph Fetter was driving his new camero Friday night at about 100 miles per hour along Highway 869. Police say he hit two utility poles, rolled over several times and hit a tree. He was pronounced dead at the scene. 18 year-old Chans Feather was a passenger in the crash, he was airlifted to the hospital and later died.
Curtis Scib, a friend of both men said, " I was happy for him he graduated, he was doing good he started working for his dad, he was getting everything together and you know something like this happens."
Police say both men might still be alive it they were wearing their seat belts. Another passenger, who was sitting in the back of the car had his seat belt on and survived. Trooper Warren Rhyner with Bedford County Police said, "The main factor in their deaths is that they were not wearing seat belts, had they been wearing seat belts I'm confident in saying they would be alive today."
Police are still investigating the crash.