Pantelidis consumed excessive amounts of alcohol prior to crash

1 April 2016
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The toxicology report on Pantelis Pantelidis suggests that the popular singer had consumed excessive amounts of alcohol prior to the fatal crash in February.

According to the official report, Pantelidis had 2.72 grams of alcohol per liter of blood. Experts note that this amount is more than enough to cause a black out and may even cause a paralysis of the respiratory system.

This development has raised a series of questions, with the attorney of the Pantelidis family arguing that the popular singer could not have been driving the vehicle.

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