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Woman charged with driving impaired after crashing into guardrail on Hwy 11

A driver from Severn faces a 90-day licence suspension after police charged her with impaired driving following a single-vehicle crash on Highway 11.

According to provincial police, the 35-year-old woman collided with the guardrail on Monday night, causing the vehicle to lose a wheel before crashing into the ditch in Oro-Medonte at Line 11.

Police investigate after a car crashes into the ditch at Line 11 on Highway 11 in Oro-Medonte, Ont., on Mon., March 27, 2023. (Courtesy: Michael Chorney/At the Scene Photography)

Officers arrested the woman and took her to the detachment for further investigation.

She was released from custody on an undertaking with a court date scheduled in Orillia in May.

Along with the licence suspension, the vehicle was impounded for seven days as a result of the charges. Top Stories

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