A plane owned by former Major League Baseball star Roy Halladay has crashed into the Gulf of Mexico, according to CBS News. One person is dead in the crash, although the victim’s identity is not known at this time. (source) – 3:58 p.m. ET November 7, 2017
Officials have confirmed in a press conference that former MLB star Roy Halladay has died in a plane crash (source) – 4:18 p.m. ET November 7, 2017
Roy Halladay was 40 (source) – 4:22 p.m. ET November 7, 2017
The autopsy for Halladay has been released, and it shows that the former pitcher died of blunt force trauma as well as drowning. It goes on to reveal that he had traces of morphine, a generic brand of Ambien, and amphetamines in his system. His blood tested as 72 ng/ml, where the FDA’s website lists that more than 50 ng/ml of zolpidem “appears capable of impairing driving to a degree that increases the risk of a motor vehicle accident.” (source) 4:51 p.m. ET January 19, 2018
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