Terrifying new information has emerged from the scene where Steelers quarterback Dwayne Haskins was killed by a dump truck on a Florida roadway.
Chris Stanley, a neighbourhood resident, told the Columbus Dispatch that he believes he saw the late quarterback on the highway before the disaster.
Observing vehicles drifting into his lane. This is despite the fact that authorities have failed to answer any questions concerning the crash.
The Tragic Fatality of Dwayne Haskins
According to the autopsy report provided by the Broward Medical Examiner’s Office, Haskins died of blunt force injuries and his death was declared accidental.
Haskins was trying to hitch a ride as he was out in South Florida training with his Pittsburgh Steelers teammates.
According to the medical examiners, Haskins was with a female companion who was not identified. From there, “they drank heavily and at some point got into a quarrel, separated,” the report stated.
There were no narcotics found in Haskins’ blood, but ketamine was found in his urine, according to the autopsy report. He also tested positive for norketamine.
Was Dwayne Haskins’s Death a Suicide?
Dwayne Haskins did not take his own life; he was hit by a dump truck as he crossed the highway early that morning.
Some news outlets have reported that Dwayne Haskins was walking across the lane of I-595 on the limited access facility highway. As traffic slowed, Dwayne Haskins was killed when he was hit by a dumping truck.
Authorities with the Florida Highway Patrol have stated that Mr. Dwayne Haskins was crossing or strolling on the road at the restricted access facility.
Haskins was set to begin his fourth season in the NFL after serving as a reserve for the Steelers last year.
He became well-known after his redshirt sophomore year at Ohio State in which he broke numerous school and Big Ten Conference passing yardage and touchdown pass records (4,939).
When he was done leading the Buckeyes to a 13-1 record and a Rose Bowl victory, he was voted the third-best college football player and received the Heisman Trophy.
Multiple memorial ceremonies for Haskins are planned for the following weekend, starting with a memorial ceremony on April 23.
The ceremony was in Rockaway Township, New Jersey, where he was born and raised until he graduated from high school.