A woman who crashed her sport-utility vehicle into a base gate last April had an alcohol content more than three times the legal limit.
Anchorage police on Tuesday said recently returned toxicology results showed 44-year-old Brenda Kae Davis had a blood-alcohol content of .291. The legal limit to drive is .08.
Davis died after her SUV slammed into a post at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson on April 30.
Witnesses told police at the time her vehicle was traveling up to 60 mph. Authorities said there were no skid marks, indicating she didn't try to stop.
Police in a release say this is the first alcohol-related driving fatality of the year in the municipality.