• Tampa driver who killed himself, 4 fraternity brothers was drunk

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    HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Fla. - An autopsy has revealed that a Tampa man who killed four people and himself while driving the wrong way on a Florida highway had more than twice the state's legal limit of alcohol in his system.

    The Hillsborough County Medical Examiner's office released the autopsy report Monday for 28-year-old Daniel Morris.

    The crash happened on Interstate 275 in Tampa on Feb. 9. Morris' SUV was going the wrong way and hit a Hyundai Sonata, which was carrying four University of South Florida members of the fraternity Sigma Beta Rho.

    The autopsy report showed that Morris had a blood alcohol level of 0.20 percent. State law considers a driver impaired at 0.08.

    The report also said Morris had a trace of marijuana in his system.

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