According to Taos News, Kylie was driving 102 miles per hour when she hit an SUV in front of her, careening her vehicle into head-on traffic where she struck and killed 16-year-old Maria Cruz. The autopsy report has also revealed that she had a blood-alcohol content of .28 at the time of the crash, more than three times the legal limit.
“The now completed investigation supports what we suspected at the time of our initial investigation,” Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe said in a press release.
According to TMZ, Kylie suffered multiple fractures, including a broken breastbone, fractured pelvis, ribs, and broken skull bones, along with cuts to her face and legs.
Kylie was also convicted of a DUI back in 2017 and was court-ordered to have an ignition lock installed on her car.
A GoFundMe has since been set up to helps establish a college fund for Harris’ 6-year-old-daughter Corbie, and another GoFundMe has been created for the family of Maria Cruz as well.