The autopsy reports on actress Han Ji-sung who died in a car accident came back.
According to the National Forensic Service, autopsy reports on Han Ji-sung showed that her blood alcohol level was beyond the license termination point of 0.1%. These results were delivered to the police along with findings that she could have died from multiple damages.
The late Han Ji-sung was hit by several cars on the 6th around 3:52AM on the Kimpo freeway and was taken to the hospital, but died to her injuries.
According to a footage of the accident, Han Ji-sung and her husband's car was stopped on the 2nd lane and not the 3rd. The actress seemed to writhe while standing behind the trunk, and her husband headed for the guardrails as soon as he got out of the car.
The husband told the police that he stopped the car to go to the bathroom and when he returned, the accident had happened. He agreed that he had some drinks before driving that night, but he said he didn't see if Han Ji-sung drank.
Han Ji-sung is subject to no public prosecution due to her death, even if she is found guilty of drunk driving. On the other hand, her husband can be prosecuted for aiding in drunk driving. Since Han Ji-sung's negligence has been acknowledged the level of punishment for the other cars involved in the accident can be affected.
Han Ji-sung debuted in 2010 with the girl group B Dolls. She became an actress after that and continued to make supportive appearances in morning dramas, movies and plays. She got married on the 9th of March and her husband is a lawyer.
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