Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez was killed in a boat crash back in September along with Emilio Macias and Eduardo Rivero, which prompted an investigation by The FL Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

Today, they released the findings, revealing that Fernandez's blood alcohol level was almost twice the legal limit and that he had cocaine in his system.

According to the report, Jose and his friends were drinking at a local bar right before the fatal crash and several of his friends were texting each other concerned for his wellbeing, after he got into an argument with his pregnant girlfriend. 

Officials say he crashed while driving the boat 66mph in the pitch-black in a very dangerous area, and now the families of the other two victims have filed suit against the Fernandez estate for wrongful death.