PITTSBURGH Steelers quarterback Dwayne Haskins had drugs and alcohol in his system the night of his tragic death, an autopsy report has revealed.
The promising NFL quarterback was killed on April 9 after being hit by a dump truck while trying to cross the I-95 freeway on foot in Boca Raton, south Palm Beach, Florida.
An autopsy report released Monday found Haskins had died from blunt force trauma and his cause of death was ruled accidental.
A toxicology report showed that two of Haskins’ blood samples tested positive for alcohol, with one showing a BAC of 0.20 and the other of 0.24.
The legal limit for blood alcohol content in Florida is 0.08.
The report also showed that Haskins’ urine samples tested positive for ketamine and norketamine.
Detectives at the scene said they found Haskin’s vehicle and a “female companion” inside.
The woman told officers the Steelers QB walked out of the car to try to find a gas station.
The woman’s relationship with Haskins was not disclosed in the documents.
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https://www.the-sun.com/sport/5404746/dwayne-haskins-cause-of-death-revealed/ Dwayne Haskins’ blood alcohol level before death was revealed in autopsy report as details of NFL star’s final day emerged