Authorities at the Buffalo County jail say 20-year-old man is now in custody following a deadly crash.
Authorities issued an arrest warrant Monday charging Cody Nilson with felony vehicular homicide.
Buffalo County Attorney Shawn Eatherton says Nilson already faces charges of drunken driving and minor in possession of alcohol.
A news release says Nilson was driving with three passengers in his car around 3 a.m. Friday when it went out of control and rolled northwest of Amherst.
Nilson and two passengers were not seriously injured, but a third passenger - Rebecca Fischer - was ejected from the car. Fischer, 18, died of her injuries on Saturday.
Nilson appeared in Buffalo County Court on the charges of DUI and MIP on Friday, but bonded out. He now faces charges of Motor Vehicular Homicide.
Officials at the University of Nebraska Kearney say a majority of the car's occupants, including Fischer, were students at UNK.
UNK's Dean for the Division of Student Affairs says the college informed students and faculty of Fischer's death via email, and says their counselors went to the dorm Fischer lived in to reach out to students coping with the loss of their friend.
"In one of our large residence halls last evening we were able to have counselors available during a floor meeting and allow the students to meet and talk with them as long as they would like too," says Dr. Joe Oravecz.
Oravecz says help is always available to their students through Residence Life staff and their Counseling & Health Care department.