Woman in Caledonia crash had 3-times the legal alcohol limit in her system

An OPP cruiser is seen at the service's Toronto detachment. Nick Westoll / File / Global News

A 48-year-old Caledonia woman is facing multiple drunk driving charges after a two-vehicle collision on Argyle Street near Caithness Street in Haldimand County.

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The OPP responded to the collision Sunday at 8:43 p.m., where they say an SUV being driven by Lorianne Hunt slammed into the back of a car while travelling south on Argyle.

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Nobody was hurt, but officers on the scene say Hunt showed signs of impairment. Police say she was found to have three-and-a-half-times the legal alcohol limit in her system, and was subsequently arrested.

There was also an unsealed container of liquor in the vehicle.

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Lorianne Hunt will appear in Cayuga court to answer charges of driving a motor vehicle while impaired, driving a motor vehicle with more than 80 milligrams of alcohol, careless driving, and driving a motor vehicle with liquor readily available.

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