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The Tim Horton Autopsy Report: Read How NHLer With Canada’s Most Famous Coffee Name Died In 1970’s Drunken Wreck

A Canadian blogger has released the autopsy report on how NHLer Tim Horton (yes, that Horton) died way back in 1974 when his car flew off the Queen Elizabeth Way en route to Buffalo, NY, after a game in Toronto.

Seriously, the report wasn’t released until this guy went to great lengths to work the public records system in Ottawa. The report is intense and you even get a look at the Ford Pantera that Horton was driving.

Cool shit. Give it a read.

[The Tim Horton autopsy: Canada’s most famous drunk driver]

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    1. Barry says:

      The kicker to the Tim Horton thing, his wife sold the business for a million dollars to Ron Joyce, Horton's original partner.. This quote is from the Tim Horton's official website.

      "We emerged from 2009 – a year in which much of the North American restaurant industry was challenged – as financially strong as ever before. Our Company generated $416 million in cash flow from operations and we had more than $100 million in cash and cash equivalents at year end".

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