Grey County, Ontario OPP suspended the permit of a tow truck driver after purportedly smelling liquor and requiring a breathalyzer test.
Police say the driver went to a solitary vehicle crash on Southgate Street 26 on Saturday evening, when an officer allegedly identified a smell of liquor.
The tow truck administrator gave a breath test and OPP state it enrolled in the 'alert' run. The 'caution extend' is enrolled when blood-liquor fixation is between 0.05 and 0.08. The 47-year-old was allowed a three-day driver's permit suspension.
Two other tow trucks reacted to the scene, one for the first impact, the other two evacuate the tow truck.
Originally reported by CTV London, Published Monday, March 18, 2019 12:16PM EDT