Medical examiners stated in the toxicology report that former Ohio State football star Dwayne Haskins “drank heavily” prior to being struck and killed by a dump truck.
The 24-year-old quarterback reportedly had blood-alcohol levels of.20 and.24, according to samples obtained by the Miami Herald for the report.
Did Dwayne Haskins Commit Suicide
In Florida, a BAC of.08 or lower is the limit for lawful driving.
According to the autopsy report provided by the Broward Medical Examiner’s Office, Haskins died of blunt force injuries and his death was declared accidental.
Haskins was trying to hitch a ride as he was out in South Florida training with his Pittsburgh Steelers teammates.
A Female Companion was Mentioned By Medical Examiners as being With Haskins.
According to the allegation, “they drank heavily and at some point they got into a fight, splitting.”
According to the autopsy report, ketamine was found in Haskins’ urine but nowhere else in his body. Moreover, norketamine was detected in his body.
Disturbing new information has emerged from the location where Steelers quarterback Dwayne Haskins was murdered by a dump truck on a Florida roadway.
Chris Stanley, a neighbourhood resident, told the Columbus Dispatch that he believes he spotted the late quarterback on the highway before the tragedy, observing vehicles drifting into his lane. Investigators have so far declined to answer questions regarding the crash.
Unsettling new information about the death of NFL star Dwayne Haskins has surfaced, with a man saying he saw the 24-year-old walking along the highway minutes before he was killed.
Saturday, while strolling down a highway in South Florida, Haskins was fatally struck and murdered by a dump truck.
“He was attempting to cross the westbound lanes of Interstate 595 while there was oncoming traffic,” Florida Highway Patrol spokesperson Lt. Indiana Miranda said in a statement.
Chris Stanley, a neighbourhood homeowner, said on Tuesday that he believes he spotted Haskins minutes before the collision, when he witnessed cars swerving into his lane.
“And what I noticed was a Mack truck or a big tractor-trailer with also another car that started going a little bit to the left,” Mr. Stanley added.
I was on the left side of the road, and on the right was the fast lane. Suddenly, I saw a person walking toward the road.
Halfway into the right lane, he had already entered the highway, and I was terrified that someone would strike him at that that time.”
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Mr. Stanley contacted 911 at 6:31 a.m., and the crash was reported at 6:37 a.m., only six minutes later.
“No, Stanley answered, “I just couldn’t do it. Because of this, it’s really unsettling. I really didn’t grasp what was going on.”
Authorities from FHP say they are still looking into what caused the collision.