Police: Driver In Philip Lutzenkirchen Crash Was Drunk

Police have released blood toxicology reports from the car crash that killed former Auburn tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen and former Georgia baseball player Jordan Ian Davis, and both of the men were drunk.

The legal BAC limit in Georgia is 0.08. Davis, who was driving, had a BAC of 0.17. Lutzenkirchen, who was in the backseat and did not wear a seat belt, registered at .377.

Christian Case and Elizabeth Craig were the two other people in the vehicle. They both survived.

[AL.com]

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