Former Auburn Player Was Drunk During Fatal Accident

By Blake Bass
Content Coordinator


The Georgia State Patrol says that former Auburn player Philip Lutzenkirchen was legally drunk when he died as a passenger in a car during a crash, The Associated Press reports.

Authorities released a toxicology report Wednesday and they confirm that Lutzenkirchen had a BAC of .337 when the driver ran a stop sign and the car rolled over on June 30 in Troup County.

Lutzenkirchen, 23, and the driver, 22-year-old Joseph Ian Davis were both killed. Davis had a 0.17 BAC.

The legal limit in Georgia is 0.08.


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