The parents of a 16-year-old boy killed last summer in an alcohol-related rollover crash in Mountain Top have settled a wrongful death lawsuit against the driver and the man who purportedly supplied him with alcohol.

Daniel and Carolyn Madry of Wright Township will receive a $ 400,000 uninsured motorist payout from USAA Casualty Insurance, $ 100,000 from AAA Mid-Atlantic and $ 25,000 from GEICO, according to court documents filed last week.

Attorneys for the Madrys are expected to take 40 percent of the settlement payments, which cover the driver, Adam Fredmund, and the alleged alcohol supplier, Kenneth J. Rushinski, along with compensation for unspecified for costs.

A lawsuit against the Glen Summit Co., which owns the gravel road leading to a private lake in Fairview Township where the crash occurred, will continue, according to the documents.

Fredmund, while buzzed on alcohol-infused iced tea, sped along the road in his sister’s 2004 Kia around 2:06 a.m. July 18, 2011, racing away from a Fairview Township house party at nearly 60 mph, according to prosecutors. The car fishtailed and flipped, and Madry was ejected.

Fredmund told investigators he drank two bottles of Twisted Tea before asking Madry to go with him for a ride and a cigarette despite not having a driver’s license, prosecutors said.

A judge last September ordered Fredmund to serve an indefinite term at United Children’s Home in West Hazleton.