Dwayne Haskins was intoxicated when he was hit and killed by a dump truck in Florida in April, according to a report released by a Florida medical examiner. The Broward County medical examiner’s report determined Haskins had a blood-alcohol content more than double the legal limit in Florida.
According to an autopsy report that was also released on Monday, two of Haskins’ blood samples tested positive for alcohol — with one revealing a .20 BAC, and the other a .24.
An investigation associated with the report says the Pittsburgh Steelers QB went to a club and “drank heavily” the night before his death.
The report also says Haskins tested positive for ketamine and “nor-ketamine.” The report added that a “female companion” was in the car found on the side of the highway. The woman told police Haskins left to try and find gas.
The woman’s relationship with Haskins was not disclosed in the documents.
The report ultimately concluded Haskins’ manner of death as an accident.
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