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Country music singer Kylie Rae Harris was speeding and drunk when she crashed her car and caused a three-vehicle crash that killed her and a 16-year-old girl in September.
The 30-year-old singer had been speeding at 102mph on a highway in New Mexico in September.
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Harris ended up clipping the car in front of her and careened into the path of oncoming traffic.
Earlier in the day, in a video that was posted to her Instagram account, Harris could be seen getting teary and emotional after driving for 12 hours. In some parts of the video, she was slurring her words.
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In what proved to be a haunting final Instagram story, she described how many of her relatives had died in the exact area she was driving through.
From the very start, police knew that alcohol had played a factor in the deadly crash.
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In their report, police say Harris had been cruising at 95 mph when she smashed into an SUV head-on killing its driver, 16-year-old driver Maria Elena Cruz.
An autopsy has revealed Harris had a blood-alcohol content of .28 at the time of the collision - more than three times the legal limit. Cruz had no alcohol in her system.
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'The now completed investigation supports what we suspected at the time of our initial investigation,' Taos Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe said in a press release.
The impact of the crash resulted in Harris suffering several fractures, including broken bones to her skull and ribs, a shattered breastbone and pelvis along with cuts to her face and legs in the crash, TMZ reported.
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A driver in a third vehicle wasn't seriously hurt during the accident.
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