Jan 19, 18, 09:42 PM #1
Roy Halladay had amphetamine, morphine in system, autopsy showsNEW PORT RICHEY, Fla. -- An autopsy report says retired star pitcher Roy Halladay had evidence of amphetamine, morphine and an insomnia drug in his system when he died in a small plane crash in Florida last year.
The Tampa Bay Times reported that an autopsy released Friday shows the former Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies All-Star died from blunt force trauma with drowning as a contributing factor when he crashed his personal plane into the Gulf of Mexico near New Port Richey on Nov. 7.
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Jan 20, 18, 06:41 PM #2Was he flying the plane? If not, why does it matter?
Jan 20, 18, 06:56 PM #3
Jan 22, 18, 04:24 PM #4
Another shocking revelation that an incredibly wealthy athlete with the funds and ability to do and get anything he wants is involved in something unbecoming.
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Sad but, really, is this that shocking to anyone?
Jan 22, 18, 04:31 PM #5
Jan 22, 18, 05:05 PM #6Anyone else think he may have crashed the plane on purpose? Lot's of people do really really stupid stuff once they get hooked on drugs
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Jan 23, 18, 12:18 PM #8
Experts: Roy Halladay likely impaired at time of fatal plane crash
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“He had a drug combination similar to a speedball,” forensic pathologist Burr Hartman
A speedball, in street drug parlance, is typically a mixture stimulant (in many cases cocaine) and depressant (typically heroin or morphine). Such combinations have been a major factor in the increase of drug-related deaths in the USA.
That combination of morphine and amphetamine looked 'odd'. And that would lead to sleep issues - hence the insomnia drug (Ambian generic).