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UPDATE: Autopsy to be performed on fatal accident victim

Posted: Updated: March 29, 2013 04:16 PM CDT

Posted By:  Kayla Bremer
Kbremer@klkntv.com

Lincoln police are trying to figure out what caused the fatal accident Thursday in north Lincoln.

18-year-old Steve corning died after the car he was driving hit a pole at 48th and Fremont.

Witnesses say he was speeding and never used the brakes.

An autopsy is being done. The car was reported stolen by Corning's step–mother in Dorchester.

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