BAC level released from Greyhound bus crash
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The Fresno County coroner's office released the blood alcohol concentration of the driver of the SUV killed in the Greyhound bus crash last month.
The Fresno County coroner's office says 18-year-old Sylvia Garay had a .11 blood alcohol concentration when her Chevy Trailblazer overturned on Highway 99 in Central Fresno during the early morning hours of July 22.
A Greyhound bus crashed into the vehicle killing Garay and two other passengers and three others in the bus.
A .05 blood alcohol concentration is the legal limit for drunk driving for a person under the age of 21.
The CHP is now investigating where Garay was served alcohol that night. .
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