Rocker band Kings of Leon played a tribute to Ryan Dunn, the late Jackass star on Wednesday night during their show in London's Hyde Park.
The members of the band were all friends with Dunn. Speaking to the audience, Kings of Leon frontman Caleb Followill dedicated Use Somebody to Dunn and led the crowd in raising their glasses to a friend of ours.
Dunn's 2007 Porsche 911 GT3 went off the road, crashed in to woods and caught fire. The accident happened at 3 a.m. on Route 322 and New Street in West Goshen Township.
TMZ is reporting that Dunn had twice the legal blood alcohol level at the time of his fatal crash.
West Goshen Police Chief Michael Carroll said that Dunn's B.A.C. was .196, which is about two and a half times the legal limit in Pennsylvania, which is .08.
No other substances were found in his blood other than the alcohol, Carrol said.
TMZ reported that Dunn was out drinking with his friends just hours before the fatal car crash. The police have yet to determine the cause of the crash, but cite speed as a probable cause.
Police who did an accident reconstruction said that Dunn might have been traveling as fast as 130 mph.
Fox News reported that Margera broke down while visiting the scene of the accident.
TMZ reported that Dunn had three Miller Lites and three girly shorts at Barnaby's, a bar close to where the accident happened in Pennsylvania.
A bar patron told the site that Dunn was wasted, while another said he was not too drunk to drive.
MTV reported that Dunn didn't seem intoxicated.
He was himself, a Barnaby's employee told MTV News. He seemed like he was having a good time, hanging out with his friends.
According to the Associated Press, Barnaby's manager Jim O'Brien declined to comment. He had previously told The Philadelphia Inquirer that Dunn was drinking with several friends at the bar but did not appear intoxicated.
The Chester County coroner reported Tuesday Dunn and passenger Zachary Hartwell that blunt force trauma and thermal trauma were the official causes of death for both men.
Close family and friends paid respect to Dunn on Wednesday during a private service in West Chester Pennsylvania.
Starting in the afternoon, Dunn's family and friends arrived to the DellaVecchia, Reilly, Smith & Boyd Funeral Home. Among those in attendance were his Jackass co-stars Johnny Knoxville and Bam Margera, as well as It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia stars Glenn Howerton and Rob McElhenney.
Margera's parents, Phil and April Margera, were also seen entering the funeral home.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Ryan's memory can be made to his favorite charity, The Garth Brooks Teammates for Kids Foundation, www.teammatesforkids.com
Dunn's brother, Eric Dunn, released a statement to the Associated Press.
We appreciate the support of Ryan's fans during this time, and we are grateful for your thoughts and prayers. Ryan will be greatly missed, but he will forever remain in our hearts, he said.