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MONTAGUE, P.E.I. — A 26-year-old Montague man is going through impaired driving expenses after a two-vehicle crash in Roseneath, P.E.I., on Oct. 24.
Montague RCMP and emergency personnel acquired a 911 name a few two-vehicle crash on Route 3 on Tuesday at round 6:40 p.m.
Police stated it appeared one car struck one other from behind, sending each right into a ditch.
A feminine passenger within the car that was hit was handled for non-life-threatening accidents and brought to hospital.
Mounties stated solely moments earlier than the incident, dispatchers acquired a number of calls from the general public reporting a potential impaired driver within the Montague space. A car matching the outline from the information was concerned within the crash and the driving force of that car was arrested for impaired driving.
The Montague man was taken to the native detachment, the place he allegedly failed extra alcohol screening exams. He was later launched and is scheduled to look in Georgetown provincial courtroom at a later date.
The person additionally acquired a 90-day driving suspension of his licence, and his car was impounded for six months.