On December 6, 2017 Dylan Miller’s world was flipped upside down-literally. The popular Verrado High School student-athlete was leaving an on-campus late afternoon workout when he lost control of his SUV, rolling it into a nearby field.
The car came to a stop upside down on top of a drain hole. Two of his teammates, both wearing seatbelts, were uninjured. Miller, who wasn’t wearing his, wasn’t so lucky. His head was pinned under the car until nearby construction workers lifted the Toyota 4Runner off him and paramedics immediately rushed him to a nearby west Valley hospital.