Hamilton e-bike driver faces impairment charges

A Hamilton woman is facing charges of impaired driving after her e-bike lost control in the city's east end early Friday morning.

An e-bike carrying two people lost control in Hamilton's east end early Friday morning

A Hamilton woman is facing charges of impaired driving after her e-bike lost control in the city's east end early Friday morning.

Police responded to a collision at 3 a.m. Friday after an e-bike carrying two people reportedly lost control while leaving an east end pizza shop. The driver showed signs of impairment by alcohol and was arrested. Her breath samples were over the legal limit.

The driver, 22, faces charges of impaired operation and over 80 mg.

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