The Solano County Coroner's office inquiry of Savana Price, the 16-year-old Fairfield teenager who died in a car crash June 22, is nearing its end.
According to Sheriff's Deputy Jackson Harris, the toxicology results are in, but because the coroner has not yet concluded the inquiry, the results won't be released for another week or two.
The coroner's office identified Price after her 1999 Nissan Frontier struck a tree while speeding south on Ramsey Road, north of Gold Hill Road. Price, who authorities said was not wearing a seat belt and was partially ejected from the vehicle, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Since the crash, Twiiter and other social media sites became a scene of a sent from friends, former classmates and others.
A memorial at the scene of the accident marks the spot where Price died. Many people have brought flowers and left other items to say good bye.