A woman is facing impaired driving charges related to a collision that killed a Fort Saskatchewan woman.
Cochrane RCMP says the collision took place back in August on Highway 1A near Morley Road. 53-year-old Fort Saskatchewan resident Samantha Wylie was pronounced dead at the scene.
After an investigation, police have charged 29-year-old Deirdre Snow, a resident of Stoney Nakoda First Nation, with the following:
- Impaired operation causing death
- Impaired operation causing bodily harm
- Impaired operation while over 80 mg% causing death
- Impaired operation while over 80 mg% causing bodily harm
- Public mischief
Snow will appear in an Alberta court early next month.