As it was suspected, Ryan Dunn was very intoxicated when fatally crashed his Porsche Monday night. Police say his blood alcohol content was nearly 2 and a half times the legal limit, registering a .196.
Police Chief Michael Carroll also said, “No other substances were found in his blood other than the alcohol.” After an accident reconstruction, Police believe Dunn was traveling in excess of 130 miles per hour when his car crashed into the woods and burst into flames.
Ryan Dunn, driving his Porsche in West Goshen, Pennsylvania today died along with a passenger in a fiery crash off U.S. 322. The car burst into flames as Dunn was only identifiable by his tattoos. Police believe speeding as well as alcohol were contributing factors in the two deaths.
The accident happened about 3 am Monday morning and Dunn had tweeted pictures of himself drinking with friends just an hour before his death.