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Both Victims of Plunkett Road crash on November 10th were Over the Limit

The driver of a vehicle that crashed and rolled on Plunkett Road November 10th was three times over the legal limit to be driving. According to a Fremont County Coroner's Verdict and Case Docket, Deputy County Coroner Erin Ivie reported Byron C'Hair, 25, had a blood alcohol level of 0.380 percent. The legal limit to be driving is 0.08. He died at the scene of blunt force trauma to the chest and abdomen. He was ejected from the rolling vehicle. His passenger who was killed in the wreck, Leah Addison, 33, had a blood alcohol level of 0.408 percent. Her death was ruled due to blunt force trauma to the chest. She was also ejected in the crash. A third person in the vehicle was injured and taken to SageWest Health Care Hospital in Lander, but their identity was not released. The crash occurred right around 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 10th on a straight away and on a dry road. The wreck closed Plunkett Road for several hours as the crash was investigated. The verdict and case docket indicated Addison was a homicide victim since the driver was drunk when the crash occurred. *Feature Photo: Two individuals were killed and one was injured in this November 10th crash on the Wind River Indian Reservation. (Pitchengine Communities) * #county10 #news