The toxicology reports from Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez’s autopsy have finally been released.
The report, which was obtained by ESPN state that Fernandez had cocaine in his system and was legally drunk when he was killed in a boating accident on Sept. 25.
The report also stated that there were other substances detected in Fernandez’s blood.
Fernandez had a blood alcohol content of .147, which is almost double the legal limit. Two of Fernandez’s friends, who also died in the crash, were not legally drunk. However, reports say one of the friends also had cocaine in his system.
It is not known who was driving the boat at the time of the accident.