When one of Colorado’s collegiate sports figures dies it’s usually big news, because Colorado is a play hard and huge spectator state. Well, true to form, the news of the passing of former Air Force Academy quarterback Dee Dowis put a somber mood on the news when the story broke that he died in a fatal, wrong-way crash in Georgia.
The real shocking part of the death was learning Dowis had a blood alcohol (BAC) content measuring nearly three times the legal limit, according to Gwinnett County medical examiner’s findings.
Former Air Force QB BAC Level Triple Limit in Fatal Crash | Lakewood Auto Accident Attorney
The following auto accident details and allegations were gathered from local news and police documents.1
Here are a few scenarios for financial recovery for both the Dowis family and the driver who was injured in the accident:
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¹”Former Air Force Quarterback Dee Dowis Had Nearly Triple Legal Alcohol Limit At Time of Fatal Crash” published in The Gazette, Nov. 2016.