A 27-year-old woman was charged with impaired driving in the Real Canadian Superstore parking lot in Airdrie after colliding with a car and a pallet of fencing on April 6.
According to the Airdrie RCMP, the woman was from Edmonton. She was not injured in the collision, which took place at approximately 7:30 a.m.
“As a result of driving while over the legal limit under the Immediate Roadside Sanctions Program, her vehicle was seized for a 30-day period and she received a 90-day driver’s licence suspension,” stated the detachment in a press release.
“RCMP are reminding people to not drink and drive. Let’s keep our streets safe.”
In their release, the RCMP stated the pallet of fencing was set up in the Superstore parking lot in preparation for building a garden centre.
“Reports indicated that a smaller red car collided with the pallet of fencing and then drove directly to the Canadian Tire parking lot,” the release stated.