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Police focus on alcohol, speed in fatal crash probes

9:08 AM, Mar. 3, 2013
A hand-held breath tester is used to determine a driver's blood-alcohol content.
A hand-held breath tester is used to determine a driver's blood-alcohol content.
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An open can of Bud Light on the ground, a vehicle overturned and the body of a 19-year-old man nearby.

That was the scene officers came upon last September when the driver of the vehicle, Brandon Conard, crashed after allegedly speeding at least 60 mph in a 30-mph zone. Police believe he lost control on a curve and hit a light pole in the 2800 block of Greenbrier Road on Green Bay's far east side. Officers found another can of beer inside the car, and Conard registered a blood-alcohol content of 0.146 percent, almost double the legal limit to drive of 0.08. Conard survived, but his passenger - Corey ...

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