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Suspended, impaired driver crashes into ditch with child onboard: OPP

Highway 400 on-ramp sign. (Christian D'Avino/CTV News). Highway 400 on-ramp sign. (Christian D'Avino/CTV News).

Police arrested an allegedly impaired and suspended driver who crashed into a ditch with a child onboard in Port Severn.

According to provincial police, the collision happened along the southbound lanes of Highway 400 on Saturday afternoon.

Police say there were two people and a child in the vehicle. No injuries were reported. 

The driver, a 42-year-old man from Orillia, faces impaired driving charges, plus driving while under suspension, using a plate not authorized for the vehicle, failing to apply for a permit, and driving without insurance. Top Stories

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