CSP: Loy's BAC Was .195 When Fatal Crash Occurred

By: KKCO - Email
By: KKCO - Email

Colorado State Patrol confirms to 11 news that Samantha Loy, the teen killed in a crash on Interstate 70 had a blood alchohol content of more than twice the legal limit.

State Patrol says Loy's blood alcohol content was 0.195, the legal limit in Colorado is .08.

Loy was pulled over just a few minutes before the crash by a Fruita Police Officer. That officer did not see any signs that the teen had been drinking.

Loy was a Central High graduate who was studying social and behavioral sciences at Mesa State. She also represented Grand Junction in the 2008 Miss Teen Colorado Pageant.


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