Hello, sorry to hear about the accident. The hospital could most likely release your blood to the police, as the accident likely gave probable cause
to believe you may have been intoxicated. More likely than not, the investigating officer made a report to the state attorney, with his report and result of his investigation
. You may receive documents ordering you to report to court
to answer for a charge, depending on if you have any prior convictions, this could be a misdemeanor
Your attorney could file a motion to suppress the results of the test, but these are not very likely to be granted.
I would request a copy of the police report from the police department, so you can see exactly what the officer told the state, exactly what crime he is saying you committed. Then you can prepare for what may come. Eight days is not an overly long time, the state must review the information, and depending on the circumstances they may need to present these findings to a judge to issue a summons.
Definitely request that police report ASAP, then you will know what you are up against. Hope the info was helpful, sorry to hear about the accident, good luck with the case.