Kingsville driver faces impaired charges after two-vehicle crash
A 60-year-old Kingsville driver is facing impaired driving charges after a crash in Leamington.
Members of the OPP’s Leamington Detachment received a report of a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Seacliff Drive West and County Road 31 on Tuesday at 8:50 p.m.
Officers say they arrived to find that one of the involved drivers had been drinking alcohol.
The Kingsville resident was charged with:
- · Operation while impaired - alcohol
- · Failure or refusal to comply with demand
The accused is scheduled to appear in court on Sept. 24, 2021 to answer to the charges.
There were no injuries reported as a result of the collision.
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