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Thirteen months ago, a blood sample was taken from a friend immediately following an accident. Upon arrival to the hospital, another sample was taken: that sample read .057. The first test's results didn't exist until last month, and came back as a .08. I'm mostly wondering why it took so long, and if it's even possible that original sample still existed in good enough condition to be tested positively after so long. And if so, then why did the two samples have a .027 difference; what's the rate that alcohol clears an average human being's system?
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