Report: Haskins Was Intoxicated at the Time of His Death

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BROWARD COUNTY, Florida (WTVN)--The report from the medical examiner on the death of former Ohio State Quarterback Dwayne Haskins says his death was accidental.

The Broward County Coroner added that Haskins was also intoxicated at the time of his death, with his blood-alcohol level more than twice the legal limit. His body also tested positive for ketamine and norktamine - anesthetic drugs.

Haskins was struck by a dump truck, while walking along a highway in Florida last month, after his vehicle ran out of gas.

Haskins was in Florida for workout with some of his teammates on the Pittsburgh Steelers. His career at Ohio State included setting numerous passing records, and winning the Rose Bowl in 2019.

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