Two people are dead as a result of a fatal car crash caused by huffing. A man was huffing while driving northbound when he went unconscious, crossed over the median and struck a southbound vehicle.
The crash killed the back passenger of the southbound vehicle instantly. The driver of the northbound vehicle, the man who had been huffing, later died in the hospital.
A toxicology screen done on the huffing driver found a high level of 1,1-difluoroethane. A can of keyboard cleaner was found in the man's vehicle at the scene of the crash.
The case has been classified as death-reckless homicide and no charges will be made.
Via wqow.com in Eau Claire, WI