Fatal Canadian Limo Crash Caused By Motorist High On LSD

Posted on February 22, 2012

VANCOUVER, B.C. -- The driver of a pickup truck involved in a deadly head-on collision with a limousine outside Whistler last month was allegedly drunk and claimed to be high on LSD at the time of the crash, CBC News has learned.

Fatal Whistler Chauffeur Crash Death article here.

LCT background article here.

Sources: CBC News; LCT

Related Topics: accidents, Canadian Operators, limo crashes, limousine safety

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