CHARLOTTE, NC (WSOC) — A toxicology report indicates that a 20-year-old UNC Charlotte student who died after falling from a moving party bus earlier this month had been drinking.
According to the toxicology results released Tuesday by the North Carolina Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, Polly Rogers had alcohol in her system when she fell out of an emergency window of a Charlotte party bus on May 1.
Rogers was not driving at the time, but her blood alcohol content was .19, more than double the legal limit for driving in North Carolina, according to the report.
Rogers fell into the lanes of North Tryon Street and was struck by two vehicles. She died at the scene.
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