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CALDWELL -- Police are now looking for the driver Idaho State Police say was going over 100 miles per hour when he crashed killing a Nampa teen.

The Canyon County Sheriff's Office says a $1 million warrant has been issued for the driver Freddy Camacho-Quezada on a charge of vehicular manslaughter.

The crash happened early Saturday morning on Orchard Avenue in Nampa. Nine people between the ages of 14 and 21 were in the car driven by Camacho-Quezada.

Police reported Camacho-Quezada was driving too fast, lost control and rolled through three chain link fences, uprooted a tree and crashed into the frame of a trampoline before the car came to a rest upside down in a dry canal.

Stephanie Rodriguez, 15 of Nampa, died at the scene.

A trooper on scene says alcohol was involved in the crash.

There is a candle light vigil for Stephanie Rodriguez Monday at 8 p.m. at Skyview High School.

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