Autopsy report shows driver in fatal car crash had blood alcohol level over legal limit

POSTED: Thursday, April 5, 2012 - 1:59pm
UPDATED: Wednesday, October 10, 2012 - 7:07am

WACO -- Autopsy results reveal the driver in car accident that killed two local girls had a blood alcohol level over the legal limit.

On January 7, 23-year-old Baylor student Callie Michelle Tullos and her fellow student Ashleigh Dodd died around 1:30 a.m. after the car they were riding in veered off Surrey Ridge Lane in Robinson crashing into a tree.

Tullos was listed as the driver of the vehicle and autopsy results show she had a blood alcohol level of .131.

Tullos was a senior at Baylor scheduled to graduate this May.


 

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Its really a very sad incident. My heart goes to the family of Baylor student Callie Michelle Tullos and her fellow student Ashleigh Dodd. Drivers should not consume so much alcohol and there should be strict checking at different places in order to check if anybody ignored he rules. If anyone is found disobeying the rules, he should be punished so that ot thers will take a lession from it.
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That is so sad. I'm going to post this on my facebook page. It needs to be seen! I have lots of freidns who text and drive and I get so mad at them. Keep your eyes on the road!I came over from bloggy moms. congrats on the new diggs.

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