Medical examiner's report released in death of NFL quarterback Dwayne Haskins

A toxicology report found that Dwayne Haskins was drunk when he was hit by a truck last month in Florida. His death was ruled an accident, and it does not appear any criminal charges will be filed.
0:23 | 05/24/22

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- To the index of other news tonight, we're learning more this evening about the death of NFL quarterback, Dwayne Haskins. The medical examiner's report now shows that Haskins had been drinking heavily the night he was struck and killed by a dump truck, while Haskins was walking across I-595 in Broward County, Florida. The ME finding he had a blood alcohol level of at least 0.20 when he died last month. His wife calling 9-1-1 from Pittsburgh, saying he had run out of gas.

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