Two young men died in a one-car crash early Saturday near Breese. Luke E. Woltering, 24, of Breese, was pronounced dead at 12:43 a.m. Saturday at the scene of the accident, on Holy Cross Lane, just east of Ellwood Road, after the 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix he was driving swerved off the road and rolled. Chad Creasy, 19, of Greenville, was pronounced dead at nearby St. Joseph's Hospital in Breese, at 12:37 a.m. Woltering and Creasy both died from massive head and neck injuries, Clinton County Deputy Coroner Mark Moss said. Woltering was described by friends as outgoing and fun-loving - a man who made friends easily and who had a great passion for working on cars. "He didn't let little stuff bother him," said Ashley Renae Redvay, of Millstadt, a former girlfriend. Most of all, Woltering was a loving father to their daughter Jayden, 2, Redvay said. "He had his ups and downs, and he was young," she said. "He was really, really good to her. He was a great father to her." Woltering had turned his life around when Jayden was born, according to his brother Nick Woltering, 20, of Highland. "He tried doing everything right," Nick Woltering said. "And one thing would go right and three things would go wrong. I would say in the past four years, he really had changed himself." Luke Woltering had looked forward to following the career path of their father, Eric Woltering of Albers, and driving an over-the-road tractor-trailer, Nick Woltering said. "He got his license yesterday and he was all excited," he said. No information was available on whether the accident victims were wearing seat belts, Moss said.