Three others were also killed in the head-on crash – including Walorski communications director Emma Thompson and district director Zachery Potts.
The driver of the other vehicle involved in the Aug. 3 accident, who was driving alone, also was killed.
“Our investigation has determined that the cause of the crash was driving left of center with a contributing factor of excessive speed,” the Elkhart County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release on Friday. “The at-fault vehicle was the Toyota RAV4 driven by Zachery Potts.”
According to the police report, Walorski’s vehicle had been going 82 mph and five seconds before the crash the motor had been at “idle speed,” also known as “coasting.”