Toxicology report shows Mike Sadler not impaired at time of fateful crash
Former Michigan State punter Mike Sadler was not impaired at the time of a single-vehicle crash that killed him and Nebraska punter Sam Foltz, according to a toxicology report obtained by the Associated Press on Monday.
Sadler, Foltz and LSU kicker Colby Delahoussaye were returning from a kicking camp in Wisconsin when Sadler lost control of his 2014 Mercedes. The car struck a tree and burst into flames. Sadler and Foltz died at the scene. Delahoussaye was treated for second-degree burns.
According to the report, Sadler had a blood-alcohol level of 0.03; the legal limit is 0.08. Sadler also had a low level of amphetamines in his blood. Waukesha County District Attorney Susan Opper told the Associated Press that it was not uncommon for a low level of amphetamines to be found in the blood.
Opper said wet pavement and Sadler’s unfamiliarity of the area contributed to the crash. She said authorities were not able to determine if speed factored into the accident.
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