Joshua and Monica Griebel were killed on April 25th in a car crash. The investigation into the exact cause of the crash has been on going with authorities at the Washington County Sheriff’s Department. According to a story with the West Bend Daily News , a Washington County Sheriff's Department report released Thursday reveals that each had a blood alcohol content level about three times over the legal limit. The article states the Sheriff’s Department report revealed alcohol was present in the driver who had a blood-alcohol content of point 25, while the passenger had a blood-alcohol content of point 228. The sheriff’s department did not say who was driving. The accident report did say the couple was northbound on Highway 164 north of Highway Q at about 2:30 a.m. on April 25th, when their car crossed left of the center and entered the southbound ditch where it hit a culvert, went airborne and struck a utility pole. Josh Griebel was ejected from the car while and Monica Griebel was pinned inside. Neither of them was wearing a seat belt. The Washington County medical examiner pronounced both dead at the scene. The couple leaves behind five children ranging in ages from 16 months to thirteen.