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Driver In Deadly Crash Had .126 Percent BAC

(Portland, OR)  --  New details are coming to light regarding a crash that killed a teenager on Southeast Foster Road.  Police say the driver involved in the crash had a blood-alcohol content of point-one-two-six-percent.  Police say 16-year-old James Carrol Freeman was a passenger in the car when it crashed into an embankment Monday morning.  Freeman became pinned underneath the vehicle and was pronounced dead at the scene.  The driver suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

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