Alleged impaired driver narrowly misses officers investigating an impaired driving crash in Sudbury
READ: Sudbury police say an alleged impaired driver barrelled through an active crash scene caused earlier by another alleged impaired driver, while narrowly missing investigating officers.
Police say that while they were investigating the scene of the three-vehicle collision on MR80 in Val Caron, a Honda Civic drove past officers directing traffic and through the road barricades around12:25 a.m. Tuesday.
Police say the driver and a male passenger were uncooperative and aggressive, leading to an altercation where the man got back into the vehicle and attempted to drive away, but was quickly stopped by officers.
Police say their names cannot be released because the information has not been sworn through the court process.Read more: CTV News
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