New test results show drugs, alcohol involved in deadly crash

By Minna Sugimoto - bio | email

HONOLULU (KHNL) -- Toxicology tests reveal a driver killed in a high-speed crash on Oahu's North Shore two months ago had drugs and alcohol in his body.

Investigators say Frederick Lorenzo, 30, lost control of his speeding car and slammed into a concrete barrier. The incident happened on Kamehameha Highway near Punalau Place May 24th.

The Medical Examiner says test results show Lorenzo used Ecstasy and consumed alcohol before the crash.