Police Chief Josh Herzog said speed and alcohol were involved and charges will likely follow.
“It’s probably premature for me to say, but I would say it’s very likely,” Herzog told the Journal-News about potential charges.
Summers was convicted of operating a vehicle under the influence in 2008, according to court records.
Two 911 calls came in to dispatch reporting the accident.
The first came from what sounds like a young woman. She describes the crash scene as a “really, really, really terrible accident.”
“The car is like in a ton of pieces …,” she said. “They need somebody there, now.”
The second caller, a man, couldn’t identify what was crumpled in the middle of the road.
“I don’t know if it was a motorcycle or a car, I don’t know what it was,” he said. “It’s completely demolished.”