Toxicology Report Released In Death Of Kylie Rae Harris

Harris was on her way to a music festival in September when she crashed in Taos, New Mexico.

(Taos, NM)  --  Toxicology results are out in the death of Kylie Rae Harris. 

They indicate the Texas-based country singer had a blood-alcohol level of three-times the legal limit when she collided with a Jeep, killing the 16-year-old driver.  

Harris was on her way to a music festival in September when she crashed in Taos, New Mexico. 

Investigators also say speed was a factor in the wreck.

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