The driver in the Stark County crash that killed three teens, Morgan Blakey, was sentenced to 12 years in prison Monday. Blakey was 19 years old at the time. In November of 2011, authorities say Morgan Blakey was driving over 90 miles an hour with a car full of teens when he passed out. The car hit a mailbox, vaulted 100 feet in the air and landed 300 feet off the road. Prosecutors believe Blakey was inhaling aerosols or "huffing" earlier that day, which caused him to pass out.