More details regarding the tragic accident that took the life of former Auburn Tigers standout Phillip Lutzenkirchen were released on Wednesday. Both Lutzenkirchen and the driver of the vehicle, Joseph Ian Davis, were highly intoxicated at the time of the crash on June 30, according to a report from AL.com.
Blood toxicology tests returned a BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) of 0.377 for Lutzenkirchen and 0.17 for Davis. According to Brad21.org, any BAC 0.35 and above is a dangerous level equivalent to that of surgical anesthesia.
Two other individuals in the vehicle – Elizabeth Ann Seton Craig and Christian Tanner Case – survived the accident.