The specific level was.10%, Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allman said. California drivers are considered drunk with a level of 0.08 or higher. It has not been determined in the third child.
The toxicology report was released Friday in California as authorities in Washington state provided details about visits from child protective services to the family's home there. A specialized team of accident investigators is trying to figure that out with help from the FBI, Carpenter said. Carpenter said "a lot about this case is unusual. baffling nearly".
The Harts and three of their children were found dead after the auto plunged into the Pacific Ocean on March 26.
The 31-metre drop killed the women, both 39, and their children Markis Hart, 19; Jeremiah Hart, 14; and Abigail Hart, 14. The authorities were still searching for the other three children: Hannah, 16; Devonte, 15; and Sierra, 15.
Authorities also announced that investigations revealed that no one in the Hart vehicle was using seat belts.
He noted the Yukon had traveled some 23 metres along an unpaved roadside pullout before running off the cliff, leaving behind no skid or brake marks, indicating the vehicle may have been driven off the cliff intentionally.
"It appears she (Hart) was about 70 feet from the edge and accelerated from there", Carpenter said.
The remains of a girl believed to be among them was found washed up on the banks of an adjacent creek days later, but California Highway Patrol Sergeant Robert Powers said she had not yet been positively identified. Allman says DNA analysis from biological family members will be used to determine her identity.
Last August, soon after the Harts moved into their rural home, neighbors Bruce and Dana DeKalb said a child rang their doorbell, seeking sanctuary from abuse.
Two of the Hart children whose bodies have been recovered also had diphenhydramine in their system.
In 2010, Sarah Hart pleaded guilty to misdemeanor domestic assault involving one of the children, according to Douglas County, Minnesota, court records.
Police searched the family's home about 500 miles north of the crash site but found no suicide note.
The Thottapilly family - father Sandeep, 42, mother Soumya, 38, and their two children, son Siddhant, 12, and daughter Saachi, 9 - were traveling from Portland, Oregon, to San Jose when they "suddenly stopped communicating with family in Valencia" on April 5. They later left the state and never registered in local school districts in OR and Washington OR notified authorities they planned to home-school the children.
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