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News: Airdrie RCMP investigating single-car impaired driving accident

AIRDRIE, AB – RCMP were called to a single-car impaired driving accident at 7:30 a.m. today, according to Canada Police Report.

A 27-year-old driver had run her car into a collection of fence pallets in a Canadian Superstore parking lot near the Queen Elizabeth Highway and Veterans Boulevard. RCMP confirmed that she had been driving while impaired. Per the Immediate Roadside Sanctions Program, her vehicle has been seized for 30 days and her driver’s license is suspended for 90 days.

RCMP remind everyone not to drink and drive.

Have you or a loved one been hurt in an impaired driving accident that was not your fault? The Alberta impaired driving accident lawyers at the Merchant Law Group want hear your story. In some cases, you may qualify for financial compensation. Call us at (403) 237-7777 or visit our contact portal online.

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