Lt. William Weirtz of the Highway Patrol said unsafe speed and alcohol are factors in a rollover crash that sent 18-year-old Michael Grajzl to Akron General's Intensive Care Unit.
"(Grajzl) was headed south on Hametown and went off the right side of the road, over-corrected and went off the left side," Weirtz said. "He hit a concrete embankment and his car overturned, hit a tree, rock wall and a fence."
Weirtz said Akron General submitted blood work, but the results are not back yet. It is unknown if Grajzl was wearing a seat belt.
The crash happened Sunday around 2:30 a.m. at the intersection of Colony Hills Drive and North Hametown Road, said Bath Police Chief Michael McNeely.
Officers got a call from a parent who thought their child was supposed to be with the teen, and after a search, no other passenger was found.
McNeely described the pictures he saw of the accident as "horrific" and the car was destroyed.
If alcohol was in the teen's system, pending charges include driving under the influence and failure to control, Weirtz said.