STANDISH — The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate an accident that killed a St. Joseph’s College student over the weekend.

Clark Noonan, 20, was killed after the car he was riding in veered off Chadbourne Road, rolled and landed in a chain-link fence. The driver, 19-year-old Tyler Hall, was driving at high speed when he lost control of the Mazda 626, according to the sheriff’s office.

Investigators are waiting for results of blood tests and the accident reconstruction, said Capt. Shawn O’Leary. Representatives of the sheriff’s office and the district attorney’s office will meet after that information is available, which could take a week or so.

The students in the Mazda were traveling with other students in cars, but it’s not clear how many vehicles were traveling together, O’Leary said. He said it may have been two or three.

The Mazda and another vehicle were playing “leap frog” – with the cars taking turns passing one another – on Route 114, but stopped before turning left onto Chadbourne Road, O’Leary said.

“We’re pretty certain it was not a direct factor to the crash,” he said.

O’Leary said the Mazda was the first in the line of student-driven cars when it crashed.