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Philip Lutzenkirchen & Driver Were Legally Drunk During Crash

AL.com is reporting that former Auburn tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen and the driver of the vehicle that crashed on June 30 and resulted in their deaths, were legally drunk according to a toxicology report.
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Joseph Ian Davis, the driver, registered a blood alcohol content level of 0.17 (the legal limit in Georgia is 0.08); Lutzenkirchen, who was seated in the back seat, registered a blood alcohol level of 0.377.

Davis and Lutzenkirchen died at the scene of the single-vehicle accident, which occurred shortly after 3 a.m. in Troup County outside of LaGrange, Georgia.
Lutzenkirchen was ejected from the back seat of the 2006 Chevrolet Tahoe and died at the scene. He was 23 years old.
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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emanresu - 10 months ago
FYI:

BAC of 0.30 = "Loss of consciousness."

BAC of .377 = him

BAC of 0.40 = "Onset of coma, possible death due to respiratory arrest."
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10888bge - 10 months ago
.377????? WTF was he drinking?? Everclear with a chaser of Everclear?
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