Autopsy shows Griffin had more than 3 times blood-alcohol limit
HOUSTON -- Former NBA player Eddie Griffin had more than three times the legal alcohol limit in his system when he crashed his sport utility vehicle into a moving train and died this summer, according to an autopsy report released Friday.
The Harris County Medical Examiner's office said the 25-year-old
Griffin died of "multiple blunt force injuries.'' The medical
examiner's office performed tests on Griffin's bile and blood from
his heart and liver and determined his blood-alcohol level ...
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