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Alcohol a Factor in Highway 11 Rollover


On April 30, at 9:40pm, Corman Park Police Service and Warman RCMP members responded to a single vehicle rollover on Highway 11 near Township 381. The paramedics on scene alerted members that alcohol may have been involved. The driver has been charged with Impaired Operation of a Conveyance and was transported to hospital by EMS.

Open Alcohol Found in Highway 11 Traffic Stop

On May 2, just after midnight Corman Park Police Service (CPPS) noticed a vehicle failing to maintain its lane on Highway 11 north of Warman. A traffic stop was executed on the vehicle and the driver was found to be consuming alcohol in the vehicle. An ASD demand was made on the driver, resulting in a FAIL. The driver was arrested and transported to Martensville RCMP where they provided two samples of 100mg% and 90mg%. The driver was charged with impaired operation and the vehicle was impounded for 30 days.

CPPS noted that the adult passenger in the vehicle was completely sober, and reminded the public that under no circumstances should you ever get into a vehicle with an impaired driver. It could be a fatal decision.

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