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ECU student killed in Raleigh crash

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An ECU student was killed over the weekend when the car he was riding in ran off a road in Raleigh, hitting several trees.
    
23-year-old Blake Tolley was in the passenger seat, when his friend Logan Aronson was driving around 90 miles-per-hour and lost control Friday night.
    
Investigators say they believe alcohol and speed were factors in the crash.
    
Blake Tolley was a construction management major at ECU.
    
A memorial service for him will be held tomorrow at 2 o'clock at First Presbyterian Church in Raleigh.
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