Blyth-area crash that hurt two was caused in part by impairment, police say

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Impairment was a factor in a single-vehicle collision northeast of Blyth that injured two people, police say.

Emergency crews called to a crash scene on Clyde Line between Cranbrook and St. Michael’s roads Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. found a car had collided with a tree, Huron OPP said.

Two people were able to free themselves from the wreckage and were waiting in a nearby ditch, police said.

A Goderich woman, 26, was taken to a London hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries. A Seaforth man, 35, was treated at a local hospital for minor injuries.

Investigators haven’t determined who was driving the vehicle, but said impairment is believed to be a cause.


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