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Mt. St. Joseph Students Killed in Crash Remembered

DELHI TOWNSHIP, Ohio (Larry Davis) -- The college of Mount St. Joseph today mourns the loss of two students in a car crash.

The driver apparently lost control Sunday night on Covedale Avenue in West Price Hill around 7p.m. that night.  Local 12 reporter Larry Davis shows how the college is remembering one current and one former football player.

300 students, friends, and staff gathered Monday on the football field to release balloons into the sky in honor of the two students killed in a crash Sunday night.

Friends and classmates of Tyler Stiles and Michael Tepe returned to the crash site Monday.  They put up a make-shift memorial of shared memories of two fun guys.

Cincinnati police say Stiles was driving a car that went over a crest on Covedale Ave. and struck another vehicle head on.  Stiles and Tepe, his passenger, were killed.  Police say alcohol and speed were involved. 

Tepe played strong safety for the football team.  Stiles was a former player who came to Mount St. Joseph to play for Coach Rod Huber, the father of his childhood friend.

The loss of two popular students stunned the small college campus.  Balloons were filled Monday for a later afternoon ceremony on the football field.  Students gathered to launch balloons into the sky honoring their two classmates. 

Tyler Stiles was a graduate of Amelia High School.  Michael Tepe graduated from Springboro High School. 

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