Salvatore Calabrese echoed the sentiments of Stokes and Skinner.
He was an amazing kid," Calabrese said. "He loved to have fun. He never really was mean to people. He was just a goofball at heart, and everyone loved him."
State police accident reconstruction team members are assisting in the investigation.
The investigation continues, and charges are pending.
He was heading toward a good life," Calabrese said. "He probably would have gotten a scholarship in baseball right now. He probably would have went to college and probably would have become a professional baseball player."
Friends said Aldasch was the second of three brothers.
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