The driver in a crash that killed Wisconsin assistant basketball coach Howard Moore’s wife and daughter in May was found to have been more than 2.5 times over the legal blood alcohol limit.

Toxicology reports for Samantha Winchester, who also died in the Ann Arbor, Michigan, crash, showed that she had a .207 blood-alcohol-content level, according to medical reports obtained by the Detroit News. The legal limit Michigan is .08.

Three killed in collision

Winchester, 23, was found to be driving the wrong way when her car collided head on with the car driven by Moore’s wife Jennifer Moore, 46. Winchester died at the scene. Jennifer Moore died at a hospital the day of the accident.

The couple’s children were also in the car. Their daughter Jaidyn, 9, died at the scene.