Philip Lutzenkirchen had 0.377 blood alcohol content at time of single-car accident
Documents released Wednesday show that former Auburn star Philip Lutzenkirchen and the driver of the vehicle in the crash that resulted in their deaths were both legally ... for blood alcohol content stops at .15 when describing the effect of that level ...
Philip Lutzenkirchen Had a Blood Alcohol Level of .377 at the Time of His Death
Lutzenkirchen, who was a passenger in the vehicle that ran through a stop sign into a churchyard and flipped, had a blood alcohol level of .377. The driver, Joseph Ian Davis, was over the legal limit as well, with a blood alcohol level of .170.
Report: Former Auburn Tiger Philip Lutzenkirchen, driver both legally intoxicated night of fatal crash
Former Auburn player Philip Lutzenkirchen and the driver involved in a fatal crash were both legally intoxicated, according to the Georgia State Patrol’s toxicology report released Wednesday. The report shows that Lutzenkirchen had a blood alcohol level ...
Alcohol factor in death
Thomas D. Uzmack’s blood-alcohol level was nearly three times the legal limit July 13 when he crashed his recreational watercraft in South Buffalo Township, the Armstrong County Coroner’s Office said Sunday. Uzmack of Penn Hills, Allegheny County ...
He should be dead! Man arrested with blood alcohol level SEVEN TIMES the legal limit
An Indiana man was found unconscious on the side of a road Saturday with a staggering blood alcohol level seven times the legal limit. James Henderson, 28, of Valparaiso, Indiana, is lucky to be alive after being hospitalized for alcohol poisoning with a ...