Baseball great Roy Halladay had morphine, amphetamine, an antidepressant, and prescription sleep aid Ambien (zolpidem) in his system when he died in the Nov. 7 crash of an Icon A5 in Florida, an autopsy showed.
Halladay, 40, was alone in his airplane when it crashed off the west coast of Florida. Videos, photos, and the airplane's flight data recorder showed that Halladay was maneuvering aggressively at low altitude in the minutes leading up to the accident.
Halladay was an instrument-rated pilot who had logged about 700 flight hours since retiring from baseball in 2013. He was a two-time Cy Young Award winner.