Former Oregon Duck Killed in Car Crash

Former Oregon Duck Killed in Car Crash

Former Oregon Duck Killed in Car Crash

The driver said he was the only one in the vehicle, but hours later, a body was found near the crash scene.

The impact of the crash near Martin Luther King Jr.

Police spokeswoman Melinda McLaughlin says the Kia sedan driven by a 22-year-old man rolled off the road at 2:30 a.m. Friday.

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Chavarin told police he was the only occupant of the vehicle, but a woman walking in the area discovered Leiato's body. He was transported to a local hospital and then after an investigation, he was cited in lieu of custody for DUII. Investigators determined Leiato had been a passenger in the vehicle.

Leiato, who was 21, had been dismissed from the Ducks back in April following an arrest.

'Heart and prayers are with the Leiato family right now as well as the Oregon Football Family after hearing of the loss of Fotu Leiato.

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In January, Leiato was arrested on another trespassing charge.

The 5-foot-11,198-pound linebacker played in 38 games for the Ducks over the last three seasons.

Oregon Athletic Director Rob Mullens and head football coach Mario Cristobal released a joint statement to the Oregonian on Leiato's death. He had seven tackles as a freshman in 2015, 16 tackles as a sophomore in 2016 and 14 tackles as a junior.

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