Impaired driving charge laid in head-on crash that hurt 10

A 42-year-old female driver is facing multiple charges, including one for impaired driving, after a head-on collision just south of Stratford on Sunday evening. Police say a child and an adult suffered major injuries as a result of the incident.

42-year-old driver of Pontiac faces 3 charges, given 90 days driver's licence suspension

Police say the 42-year-old driver of the Pontiac, pictured on the right, is facing multiple charges following the collision. (CBC)

The driver of a Pontiac Grand Am that collided with a van near Stratford on Sunday evening and injured 10 people, including six children, is being charged with impaired driving causing bodily harm. 

The 42-year-old woman is also facing charges of not providing a breath sample on demand and dangerous operation causing bodily harm, Ontario Provincial Police said Monday. The woman was also issued a 90-day driver's licence suspension. 

Police say the Pontiac was heading southbound with three passengers inside when it crossed over into the northbound lane. It collided head-on with a full sized Chevrolet van carrying two adults and five children. 

A child riding in the Pontiac and an adult in the van were both airlifted to a hospital in London with major injuries. The other eight people involved were taken to a local hospital.

Police say the crash remains under investigation.