The Broward County Medical Examiner’s office said late Steelers quarterback Dwayne Haskins had a BAC of 0.24 when he was fatally struck by a dump truck in April.

The medical examiner’s toxicology report said Haskins had a blood-alcohol-concentration level triple the legal limit in Florida. He also had ketamine and norketamine in his system.

The report concluded that Haskins had been out at a club the night before with a cousin. He was traveling with a woman on April 9th when he ran out of gas. An unnamed woman was found in Haskins’ car, though the report didn’t identify the nature of the relationship between Haskins and the woman.

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Haskins was killed walking along I-595 in south Florida. He was fatally struck by a dump truck while trying to cross the highway. Haskins was in the area training with teammates and was reportedly on the way to the airport when the incident happened. Haskins was 24-years-old.