City of Washington police said charges could be filed against the driver of a Jeep that crashed early Saturday,
"Washington police are awaiting toxicology and crash analysis reports before determining whether charges will be filed in (the) crash," the Observer-Reporter indicated on its website Tuesday.
The paper said Zachery Reihner, 24, of Washington, was driving the Jeep when it crashed.
A coroner's report indicated that the crash happened about 12:35 a.m. in the 200 block of E. Maiden Street when he "lost control of the vehicle and struck a utility pole."
Soffell was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident, Washington County Coroner Tim Warco said in a release.
The coroner said the young woman's death was the result of blunt force trauma, and ruled it accidental.
Reihner was taken to a UPMC-Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh, where a spokeswoman on Tuesday said he was in stable condition.