RCMP charge driver of vehicle that collided with school bus

The driver of a vehicle that collided with a school bus north of Edmonton has been charged with impaired driving.

BOYLE — The driver of a vehicle that collided with a school bus north of Edmonton has been charged with impaired driving.

Two of eight students on the bus were treated in hospital for minor injuries.

RCMP say a car went through an intersection last week on the Buffalo Lake Metis Settlement near Boyle, hit the bus and sent it spinning into the ditch.

Daisy Ladoucer, who is 31 and from Buffalo Lake, also faces a charge of public mischief.

She is to appear in Boyle provincial court on March 22.

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