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Coroner: FBI employees were drinking before fatal boat crash

The September crash claimed the lives of two FBI employees (FOX19) The September crash claimed the lives of two FBI employees (FOX19)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

The Campbell County coroner confirms that two FBI employees had been drinking when their boat crashed in September, claiming both of their lives.

According to a toxicology report, both Bryce Eastlick, 28, and John Stack, 29, had alcohol in their blood streams when their boat hit a barge on the Ohio River in September.

[RELATED: Two FBI employees dead after boat crash on Ohio River]

Schweitzer says investigators will have to determine if the consumption of alcohol lead to their deaths.

The off-duty employees died when their pleasure boat collided with a commercial tow boat.

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