MILFORD \u2014 A Shelton teen was identified Thursday by state officials as the individual who died after a personal watercraft collision on Long Island Sound Tuesday. Milford Battalion Fire Chief Christopher Zak confirmed the death on Wednesday, but said officials were not yet releasing the person\u2019s name. Will Healey, a spokesman for the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, confirmed on Thursday that Matthew Horvath, 18, of Shelton, was the individual who died. The city\u2019s Emergency Operations Center received a 911 call around 6:50 p.m. Tuesday for a reported collision between two watercrafts near Cedar Beach. Units responded and confirmed the collision. Fire officials said a private boat helped with the injured individuals until paramedics took over, adding that one of the individuals was in critical condition with CPR being performed until medics took over patient care. Healey said Horvath was rushed to Bridgeport Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. A vigil was held in Horvath\u2019s memory Wednesday night in Shelton. A GoFundMe campaign, which called Horvath a \u201cbeautiful soul gone too soon,\u201d set up to help cover funeral expenses raised nearly $50,000 in one day.