Impaired driving charges laid in fatal motorcycle crash

Police have charged a Calgary woman with impaired driving causing death in connection with a fatal motorcycle collision earlier this year.

Woman whose car T-boned motorcyle in September faces numerous charges

Police have charged a Calgary woman with impaired driving causing death in connection with a fatal motorcycle collision earlier this year.

On Sept. 14 a motorcycle with two riders was T-boned by Ford Taurus at 26th Street and Oakfield Drive S.W.

Both riders were thrown about 15 metres. The bike’s 53-year-old passenger died at the scene.

The driver of the motorcycle and the driver of the car both suffered serious injuries.

The 21-year-old woman who was driving the car has now faces numerous charges including impaired driving causing death and driving with a blood level exceeding 80 mg of alcohol in 100 ml of blood.

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