Impaired driving charges laid in multivehicle collision
The driver of a vehicle involved in a multi-vehicle collision Wednesday has been charged with impaired driving.
At around 4 p.m. on September 19 a driver of a black Ford Super Duty lost control of their vehicle at a high rate of speed at the intersection of Highway 9 and 10 in Drumheller.
Witnesses reported to RCMP the driver lost control and bounced off a curb before colliding with four other vehicles, including a school bus. There were no passengers on the school bus at the time.
One individual was transferred to hospital with minor injuries.
Drumheller RCMP Corporal Rachel Pergunas told The Mail alcohol and speed were factors in the incident and charges of impaired operation of a motor vehicle have been laid. No court date has been set yet.
The name of the accused cannot be released until charges are sworn in court.
A five-vehicle collision on September 19 sent one to hospital with minor injuries after a black Ford Superduty was travelling at high speeds along Highway 9 and 10. Impaired driving charges have been laid by Drumheller RCMP.