The autopsy report of a young woman killed in a car accident has been released. Lilivette Diaz, 24, was pronounced dead at the scene of a two-car collision two weeks ago. But now we find out alcohol was a contributing factor. According to Webb County's autopsy report, Diaz’s blood alcohol content was more than four times the legal limit. Laredo police officials said the autopsy report is just one component of many they need to complete their investigation of the accident that left Lilivette Diaz dead and two others injured. Police are also still waiting for the results of the other driver’s blood test as well. Diaz was killed in a two-car collision at the intersection of Country Club and Del Mar two weeks ago. Her blood alcohol content was found to be .368, over four times the legal limit when behind the wheel. (Inv. Joe Baeza): "It is what it is, it doesn't erase the fact that somebody lost their life as a result of this accident. They are going to do their up most to figure out what other components led up to the accident." The question of exactly what happened that night or why Diaz decided to get behind the wheel may never be answered, but Laredo police said the crash team is still putting the pieces together in this investigation. "Right now we understand the communities interest in this case. The police department is just as eager to have a thorough investigation to render. Not only to the community but to the love one's of Ms. Diaz. But sometimes these things take time." Lilivette is the daughter of a Laredo police officer. The driver of the other vehicle involved in the accident is the son of a retired Laredo police officer. Police say a person can also die or suffer from alcohol poisoning with a blood alcohol level that high.