Prosecutors await driver blood results

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Indianapolis prosecutors have asked a laboratory to fast-track toxicology tests on a motorist involved in a weekend ambulance crash that killed two medics. The request means test results on 21-year-old Jade Hammer should arrive in less than two weeks instead of the usual six. Those results will reveal Hammer's blood-alcohol content and help prosecutors decide if they will charge her in the crash. A public memorial took place Wednesday morning for the victims, Cody Medley, 22, and Tim McCormick, 24.

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