MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Ohio (WDTN) – A young girl who was killed in a serious car crash in Harrison Township has been identified.

Montgomery County Regional Dispatch said police were called to the scene on North Main Street and Julia Avenue at 7:40 p.m on reports of a pedestrian strike.

When officers arrived on the scene, preliminary investigation showed a young girl was driving a silver Nissan Altima south on North Main Street when she drove off the side of the road, crashing into an RTA pole before colliding with a parked vehicle, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office said. She had two passengers in the back: an adult man and another young girl.

Our crews said the area was taped off and there were two vehicles at the scene – a red one and a silver one that overturned and was split in half.

The driver and the man who was in the back seat were brought to Miami Valley Hospital with minor injuries, the Sheriff’s Office said. The female passenger was pronounced dead on the scene.

The Montgomery County Coroner identified the passenger as 14-year-old Rayeal Alexander.

This incident remains under investigation, however, speed has been determined to be a contributing factor.

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