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Family dispute leads to impaired driving

Family dispute leads to impaired driving

OHSWEKEN — A man who was involved in a family dispute and is believed to have crashed his care while driving intoxicated is now being investigated by police. On Wednesday, September 15, Six Nations Police say they responded to a grey car flipped over into the ditch on Fourth Line, connected to an earlier family

OHSWEKEN — A man who was involved in a family dispute and is believed to have crashed his care while driving intoxicated is now being investigated by police.

On Wednesday, September 15, Six Nations Police say they responded to a grey car flipped over into the ditch on Fourth Line, connected to an earlier family dispute that officers were called to assist.

The vehicle hit a hydro pole and bystanders told police there was a male trapped inside the car. Officers confirmed it was the same person from the earlier family dispute who was driving and say that he had no obvious injuries. Emergency responders were called to remove the man from the car and attend to non-life threatening injuries he sustained in the crash.

Police are investigating the incident and are asking anyone with information that can assist to contact them.

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