Alcohol involved in car accident death of St. Edward’s student

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The toxicology report has been released for Emily Palmer-Dunham, the St. Edward’s University photocommunications student who died in a car accident on Oct. 23. The report shows that Palmer-Dunham’s blood alcohol level was 0.25, over three times the legal limit of 0.08, according to the Travis County Office of the Medical Examiner.

Palmer-Dunham died of accidental blunt force injuries after colliding with Robert Murphy, who was also killed, while driving the wrong way on MoPac Boulevard last month.

More details to follow.