Autopsy Shows Teens In Fatal Conifer Crash Had Traces Of Xanax And Marijuana In Their System

(The Denver Post, July 14) A toxicology report for three teens who died in a car crash revealed prescription drugs and marijuana. Four boys were driving near Conifer, Colorado in the middle of the afternoon when they lost control and rolled down an embankment into a creek. The 18-year-old driver and two others died, and the third was hospitalized and survived. The teens, graduates of an all-boys academy in Kansas, were celebrating the end-of-school with a roadtrip. Each were found with Xanax and marijuana traces in their systems. The driver had amounts of marijuana in his system considered impairing according to Colorado state limits. He had recently graduated as valedictorian of his class. READ MORE.