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Autopsy: Wrong way driver drunk at time of crash that killed 4 USF students

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TAMPA, FL (WFLA) - The autopsy report of Daniel Morris shows he was drunk the night he drove the wrong way on I-275 and caused the crash that killed four USF students.

According to the autopsy and toxicology reports Morris had a .20 BAC and traces of marijuana in his system during the early morning hours of Feb. 9th.

Morris, 28, has been identified as the driver of the Ford Expedition that hit another vehicle head on, killing Sigma Beta Rho Fraternity brothers, Jobin Kuriakose, Ankeet Patel, Dammie Yesudhas, and Imtiyaz "Jim" Ilias.

Troopers say Morris also died at the scene.

According to Florida Highway Patrol, Morris recently moved to Tampa from Michigan and had been residing with a friend, Scott Eric Enfinger, 27, of Tampa. On Feb. 9, Morris had taken Enfinger's 2001 Ford Expedition and shortly thereafter was involved in the wrong-way crash.

State Troopers say Morris was driving southbound in the northbound lanes of I-275.

Troopers continue to investigate where Morris improperly entered the interstate or began to travel in the wrong direction prior to the fatal collision. The crash remains under investigation at this time.

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