Man, 38, granted bail after being charged with drunk driving in fatal Highway 20 crash

A 38-year-old man was granted bail Monday after being accused of drunk driving and causing a collision that killed a Transport Quebec worker and injured several others.

Vincent Lemay facing 16 charges, including impaired driving causing death

Vincent Lemay, 38, was granted bail during a court appearance in Montreal on Monday. (Radio-Canada)

A 38-year-old man was granted bail Monday after being accused of drunk driving and causing a collision that killed a Transport Quebec worker and injured several others.  

Vincent Lemay faces a total of 16 charges, including impaired driving causing death. He is alleged to have had a blood-alcohol level 100 millilitres above the legal limit when he arrested. 

Quebec provincial police believe Lemay crashed into an SUV late Friday night, forcing it into a group of eight road workers on Highway 20, near the Dorval Circle. 

Stéphane Lebel, 44, was killed instantly, police said. Seven other people were injured: two workers were seriously injured, four had minor injuries; the driver of the SUV, a woman in her 40s, was treated for shock.