“He was drunk”: Toxicology report reveals ‘SHOCKING’ details about Dwayne Haskins’ death

Ketamine was also detected in Dwayne's urine at the time of death

Dwayne Haskins

Dwayne Haskins Jr. tragically passed away in a road accident earlier this year. The talented quarterback played in the NFL for three seasons and was just starting to show his real prowess on the field. He played college football at Ohio State, where he had impressed one and all with his performances.

The 24-year-old quarterback was crossing the highway when he was hit by a dump truck. Tributes from around the world poured in as soon as the news of Dwayne’s demise started making rounds on social media.

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Ketamine detected in Dwayne Haskins’ urine

Dwayne Haskins
Dwayne Haskins

As time went by, more and more facts about the incident started emerging. As reported by New York Post a little while back, a local resident named Chris Stanley had revealed shocking details about the incident.

Dwayne was about halfway, to a quarter way in the right lane, already onto the highway and I was already concerned that somebody was going to strike him right there at that moment,” Chris had stated and now, another report regarding the case has surfaced that has raised a few eyebrows.

As reported by USA Today, a toxicology report has revealed that Dwayne was actually intoxicated at the time of the accident. The report went on to say that Haskins had a blood-alcohol concentration of at least 0.20%, more than double of what has been set as the legal limit in Florida.

Another investigation report claimed that the night prior to his death, Dwayne consumed a lot of alcohol at a club. “They (Dwayne and his friend) drank heavily and at some point, they got into a fight, separating,” the report states. Moreover, it was reported that traces of ketamine were found in Dwayne’s urine but no drugs were found in his blood.

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