The California Highway Patrol says the wrong-way driver who caused a deadly crash last month in San Luis Obispo had a blood alcohol content (BAC) three times the legal limit to drive.
Nicole Annalise Scalone’s BAC was .24, according to the CHP.
The crash happened at about 2:30 a.m. on June 12, just south of the Higuera St. offramp.
The CHP says Scalone was driving southbound in the northbound lanes when she crashed into a vehicle driven by Anthony Scott Au.
Both drivers were killed in the crash.
Au, 43, was from Los Osos and worked as a cook at the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Honor Farm.
Scalone, 22, was a Cal Poly student who was set to graduate just a few days after the crash.