Reports show UW-Stout fire victims were drunk
Toxicology reports released Tuesday showed that the three University of Wisconsin-Stout students who died in an April 5 off-campus fire had blood-alcohol levels two-to-four times the minimum for intoxication.
Scott Hams, 23, Hayward; April Englund, 21, West St. Paul, Minn.; and Amanda Rief, 20, Chaska, Minn., all died in the fire.
The chancellor of UW-Stout reacted to the reports by saying that the university has to renew efforts to curb student drinking.
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