The Allen County Coroners Office has identified the man who died in a crash that also injured three others Sunday on Interstate 469.
Christopher Noll Carmin, 29, of Hoagland, was not wearing a seat belt and was ejected, the coroners office said.
His death was ruled an accident and is Fort Waynes and the countys 26th traffic death this year.
The one-vehicle rollover crash in New Haven also left a woman and two children badly injured, police said.
Witnesses told police the Chevrolet Blazer was traveling north on I-469, north of U.S. 30, when the crash occurred about 3:45 p.m. The Blazer swerved from the left lane to the right lane, went off the road and rolled over several times. It came to rest upside down at the bottom of a long, steep embankment.
The woman was outside the vehicle and two young children were trapped inside when emergency responders arrived. One child was quickly removed from the Blazer. It took 27 minutes for firefighters to extricate the second child.
The four were taken by helicopter to a local hospital. One child was in critical condition. The woman and the other child were in serious condition. Christopher Carmin died after arriving at the hospital, police said Sunday.
The names of the three passengers were not immediately released. New Haven police did not have any updated condition reports for the surviving crash victims.
Police previously said a mechanical problem might have contributed to the crash, which remains under investigation.