Several Michigan teens have been arrested after allegedly tossing rocks from atop an overpass, one of which killed a 32-year-old father, after a large rock thrown off a highway overpass went straight through the man’s windshield and struck him in Flint, Michigan, reports said Saturday.

Kenneth White, 32, who was 10 minutes away from his home after completing a two-hour commute, was killed Wednesday night inside his car after a rock struck him, according to WXYZ - Detroit.

The object was said to have crashed through the windshield of the vehicle White was traveling in.

Police told the outlet that the teens said they did it as a prank. They were taken into custody Friday, however, authorities have not yet released their names or what charges they would face exactly.

White's uncle, Donald White, said that White had been traveling with a co-worker when the debris flew through the windshield.

Donald told WXYZ, “And he (the coworker) called my brother on the side of the road and said I am so sorry, I did everything I could, I couldn’t stop him from bleeding.”

White’s brother, Thomas, told the outlet that he “can’t figure out what goes through someone’s head to want to just throw stuff off a bridge with oncoming traffic.”

White was traveling home from his work in Au Gres, Michigan. He had been knocked unconscious after the object hit him and was declared dead when he arrived at the Hurley Medical Center in Flint.

White's tragic death after being hit by a rock was not the first incident of its kind. In July 2014, Sharon Budd and her husband, Randy, were traveling on a central Pennsylvania highway when four teens allegedly participated in a rock attack at night on a remote stretch of Interstate 80. One of the teens dropped a large rock from an overpass, which smashed through the couple's windshield and struck Sharon in the head. Sharon lost her right eye and the rock did considerable damage to her brain and skull, Daily Mail had reported at the time.

White's fiancée Aimee Cagle told Click on Detroit that she was heartbroken when she had to tell their 5-year-old son that his father was not coming home.

“He was a good man and a good father,” Cagle said. “For some senseless act, for it to be just a rock, just to take him so soon.”

A GoFundMe page was created to raise money for White’s funeral expenses, where his wife spoke of her heartbreak and thanked those who donated for their support after the incident.

“This was my heart that was destroyed… but I just wanted to say thank you to all who have donated! There is still kindness and love out there I just hate that it's because of the travesty. He was my best friend and the love of my life. Thank you to all," she wrote.

White’s sister, Alicia Waskoski, told the Detroit News that her brother "loved being a working man."

"He liked being outside and throwing a football around, video games and sports," she continued.

The Detroit News reported that the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office has been investigating the incident as a "potential homicide."

"We have a family here," Genesee County Undersheriff Chris Swanson said. "This guy's got a fiance. He's got a child. He's on his way back from a hard day's work and out of the blue comes to a rock and he loses his life. We want to find out who's responsible for this."

Before White and his friend came through the area on I-75, police said there had already been reports of at least four other vehicles being hit by large rocks, according to MLive.

Police have asked anyone with information related to the incident, including suspicious activity, dashcam footage, surveillance footage, to call the Genesee County Sheriff's Office at 810-257-3422. A $2,500 reward is also being offered for tipsters, who can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-422-5244.