Steelers quarterback Dwayne Haskins was under the influence of alcohol when hit and killed by dump truck

The medical examiner's office determined that Haskins had a blood-alcohol concentration of at least 0.20% at the time of his autopsy 

Investigation report states Haskins went to a club and "drank heavily" the night prior to his death 

Haskins' death has been ruled an accident, as per the report released Monday 

Haskins wife said in a previously-released 911 call that her husband had pulled over on the side of the road and walked to find a gas station. 

As per investigation report the driver of the dump truck, who is not identified, was driving in the darkness when "all the sudden a male appeared standing in his travel lane."  

As per investigation report, prior to accident Haskins was went to a club with his friend/cousin and drank heavily  

"And at the same point they got into a fight, separating" the report states  

Haskins' toxicology report notes that ketamine was detected in his urine at the time of death, though no drugs were detected in his blood 

Ketamine can be used as a sedative for depression, but it is also known as a "club drug" which produce "dissociative sensations and hallucinations 

In the 2019 draft, Haskins started 13 games in two seasons for Washington before joining the Steelers as a free agent 

He threw for 2,804 yards and 12 touchdowns in the NFL