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Midland woman charged with impaired driving after vehicle ends up in ditch along Highway 26

Officers say a roadside test resulted in a fail, and the woman was transported to the OPP detachment for additional testing. Nick Westoll / File / Global News

A woman from Midland has been charged with impaired driving after a vehicle ended up stuck in the ditch along Highway 26 in Meaford.

Grey County OPP say on Monday just after 7:30 p.m., officers received a complaint from a concerned citizen about an erratic driver.

Police say the vehicle was travelling westbound on Highway 26, then drove off of the roadway and into the north-side ditch, where it became stuck in the snow.

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Officers say a witness stopped to assist the driver who was not injured in the incident.

Police say when officers arrived, they suspected the driver had been drinking alcohol.

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Officers say a roadside test resulted in a fail, and the woman was transported to the OPP detachment for additional testing.

Police say as a result, 34-year-old Tara Lee Corbier from Midland has been charged with operation while impaired by alcohol and drugs, and operation while impaired with a blood-alcohol concentration of 80 milligrams or more.

Corbier is scheduled to appear in court in Owen Sound on March 14.

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